17.Sep .2021 15:00

There Is a Tendency of Stabilization, but 2000 Cases Are Still Too Many – Head of NCDC

There Is a Tendency of Stabilization, but 2000 Cases Are Still Too Many – Head of NCDC
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"Both the restrictions and the wavy nature of the virus have stabilized, but 2,000 cases of infection are still a lot for Georgia and it is necessary to follow the rules," said Amiran Gamkrelidze, head of the National Center for Disease Control, in a speech at a media webinar.
 
Amiran Gamkrelidze highlights the importance of a ban on large gatherings and tables and restrictions on public transport.

"The number of active cases is already decreasing and this means that the pressure on the healthcare sector is decreasing, ”said Amiran Gamkrelidze.

According to him, mortality tends to decrease, but at a slower pace.