Supposedly, public transport will reopen in early June, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze told reporters on Monday.
According to Kaladze, exact date is not known and they are waiting for the special recommendations form the specialists.
"Exact date is not known yet. It is expected that the public transport will be restored in early June ... Today a meeting of the Coordination Council was held, where I personally raised the issue of public transport, as there is a great demand in the society. We are waiting for instructions, we have received no instructions yet. We are fully prepared. I am well aware of the current epidemiological situation, the need for caution, but when the decision is made, the City Hall, the relevant services are in full readiness to provide public transport service to the population”, Kaladze said.
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