Swimming pools and gyms will open in Georgia after inspections by the Labour Conditions Inspection Department.
The decision was made today at the meeting of the Intergovernmental Coordination Council.
The Department of Labor inspection will publish regulations for pools and gyms today and will start inspecting them tomorrow.
"Swimming pools and gyms that are successfully inspected will immediately be able to begin functioning again,” the Georgian government says.
Starting today, exhibitions, training and conferences are also allowed in Georgia.
Also, vocational education institutions which fulfill the recommendations of the Health Ministry have opened.
The Intergovernmental Coordination Council has urged the Ministry of Health to develop recommendations regarding the rules for holding cultural events in open areas.
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