There are some rumors in various media outlets that the government is also going to impose restrictions in Kazbegi, but there is no risk. Today in Kazbegi, as well as at the Larsi checkpoint, the epidemiological situation is fully under control, - stated PM Giorgi Gakharia at the meeting of the Coordination Council.
According to the head of government, as of today, 54,205 truck drivers of international shipments have been tested, of which 788 people have tested positive for the virus.
"54,205 drivers have been tested, of which 788 people have been infected with the virus. We may think this is not a big number, but one infected person who entered the country uncontrollably could have been the result of a great aggravation. These are areas that we need to control with great care and caution. In addition, as you know, we have several employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs who were infected at the Lars checkpoint. Now there are some rumors in various media outlets that the government is also going to impose restrictions in Kazbegi, but there is no risk. Today in Kazbegi, as well as at the Lars checkpoint, the epidemiological situation is fully under control. Therefore, these are just rumors and no one is going to impose any restrictions in Kazbegi", - said Giorgi Gakharia.
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