According to the government’s decision, mini-buses will stop functioning tomorrow. As Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia stated at a briefing a few minutes ago, the relevant decision was made by the Inter-Agency Coordination Council.
"Today we are moving to the stage of the spread of the virus, which means that the number of patients will increase.
Today a decision was made within the framework of the Council and the movement of mini buses will be banned from tomorrow. This is one of the most important sources of the spread of the virus, so we made this decision. City Hall transport and metro will continue functioning in the city, but they will be disinfected on a daily basis so we can better manage the risks," Gakharia said.
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