The Interagency Coordinating Council declared in November, that shopping malls and public transport should be restored from January 16. However, the government has not yet made a final decision on easing the restrictions.
As the head of the National Center for Disease Control, Amiran Gamkrelidze, told the First Channel, the relevant decision requires deep analysis and all issues will be discussed in the format of the Interagency Coordinating Council next week.
"Do not hurry up, several meetings of the Interagency Coordinating Council will be held this week and epidemiological situation in the country will be analyzed, as well as the progress we have made with restrictive measures from late November to December 24. We will take mitigation policy based on those results.
I cannot tell you anything in advance, all depends on the epidemiological situation. We have 1 143 cases today. Yesterday we had two thousand. This number of cases is not a little for our country, this is a serious figure. It does not give us a reason to relax. However, the condition is seriously improved, but it still requires deep analysis and we must not hurry, "- said Amiran Gamkrelidze.
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