The Georgian government has decided not to extend the state of emergency and, accordingly, not to extend the curfew, – Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia said at a government meeting.
“The challenges emerging after the global pandemic are becoming more and more serious, though at the same time it is our obligation to slowly, rationally, and carefully return the country to the normal mode of life.
Unfortunately, no one can say exactly what the post-COVID world will be like, which increases our responsibility to the citizens even further. The obligation to slowly, carefully, effectively, and consciously return to our normal lives in economic, as well as social terms is of extreme importance. For this reason, the government made the decision not to extend the state of emergency and, correspondingly, the curfew as well”, – said the Prime Minister.
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