30.Nov .2020 16:45

Supermarkets are prohibited from selling products, which do not belong to the category of food or personal hygiene

Supermarkets are prohibited from selling products, which do not belong to the category of food or personal hygiene
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Georgia's trade sector starts to work based on the restrictions announced by the government during the new lockdown. According to the government decree, trade of a number of goods can be carried out only remotely.

As of the decree, shops are prohibited from selling products that do not belong to the category of food or personal hygiene. This ban is defined by a decree approved by the government on November 26 and it is valid in 10 municipalities of the country.

According to lawyers, the decision of the government is quite vague.

However, according to the government decree, the following prohibitions are imposed: in Tbilisi, Batumi, Kutaisi, Rustavi, Gori, Zugdidi, Poti, Telavi, Borjomi Municipality - Bakuriani, Gudauri, municipality of Khulo and Mestia.

This restriction does not apply to:

A) sale of animal feed, animal and plant products, household chemicals and hygiene, veterinary preparations, pesticides and agrochemicals, seed and planting materials;
B) supply of electricity, electricity, natural gas, water, gasoline, diesel, liquefied gas;
C) sale of medical goods, pharmaceutical products;
D) press booths.