According to the Prime Minister of Georgia, Giorgi Gakharia, the number of mandatory quarantine days for citizens arriving from foreign countries will be reduced from 14 to 8 days.
Citizens will leave the quarantine area on the 9th day in case they test negative for coronavirus; however, another PCR test will be performed on the 12th day.
“We are reducing the number of mandatory quarantine days in order to alleviate discomfort for our citizens, as well as visitors. The quarantine period will be 8 days. Citizens will be able to leave the quarantine area on the 9th day in case they test negative for coronavirus. However, another PCR test will be performed on the 12th day. By doing so, we are giving our citizens more freedom to return to their families as quickly and safely as possible," Gakharia said.
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