Even though the situation in Batumi, compared to the rest of Georgia, has worsened, no special quarantine measures are considered for Batumi, and Batumi’s lockdown is not up for discussion, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia stated during today’s meeting of the Interagency Coordination Council.
According to him, Batumi presently has a high concentration of vacationers, which calls for extra caution and intensified testing on Boulevard and other locations.
“As you know, 22 cases of those identified today are linked to a diner. Batumi presently has a high concentration of vacationers, which calls for extra caution and intensified testing on Boulevard and other locations,” Giorgi Gakharia emphasized.
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