Everything will pass by and we will wake up to a new reality, - Giorgi Gotsadze, Director General of Fund Curatio, told TV-program "Analytics", while evaluating the situation due to coronavirus.
According to him, in the current situation, we should not only look at the danger, because all this has not only its drawbacks.
"This is accompanied by a lot of positives that can be used more effectively by our country, our population and our economy. This can be the development of many remote services. It could be the creation of new capacities altogether, it could be the strengthening of the healthcare system. If we are all together, we will definitely move on and have new opportunities after that because we will think of many new things while sitting at home”, Giorgi Gotsadze said.
He also said it was important for residents to stay at home and urged everyone not to panic.
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