According to Head of the Emergency Situation Coordination Centre Amiran Gogitidze, those patients do not need emergency care may have delayed response.
He notes, that calls are divided by priority.
"Some patients are left under the supervision of their family doctors, as ambulances go to a certain group of patients," - said Amiran Gogitidze.
According to Gogitidze, as of yesterday 10 doctors were infected in Tbilisi, while their number amounted to 36 throughout the country. Gogitidze notes, that 36 infected doctors will not cause a delay in the delivery of emergency care services, as total number of medical staff amounts to 4200 in the country.
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