The National Tourism Administration will purchase an additional hotel services of 12.2 million GEL. The agency has already received approval from the government to simplify the tender.
This amount will be spent on arrangement of the quarantine space to prevent the spread of the pandemic Covid-19. The tourism administration will use hotels for this purpose.
"In order to prevent spread of new Coronavirus (COVID-19), we need more space for transporting people in the quarantine space, thus we need contracts with the hotels”, the tender document reads.
These funds will be used to sign direct agreements with various hotels, some of which have already entered into force.
The National Tourism Administration has already implemented such acquisition, worth of GEL 10.5 million
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