Gakharia notes that safety will be 'completely ensured' at polling stations and voting will be much safer than visiting a market or a shopping mall.
"Everyone should understand that the polling stations will be prepared to such an extent in terms of epidemiological safety that in many cases, entering some shopping malls and shops will be more dangerous than going to the polling station. Therefore, there will be no epidemiological risks. We all see that the political process and the election campaign are going on openly. The only thing we ask is to follow the rules. We should wear masks and observe the distance. It is not difficult, is it? Political process and the election day are not in danger. We call on everyone to take part in the elections," Giorgi Gakharia said.
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