Giorgi Gotsadze, President of the International Fund "Curatio" and health expert, believes that the situation with the spread of COVID-19 in Georgia is extremely difficult and the main reason for the escalation of the epidemic is the parliamentary elections.
"I want to say that this is the price we are paying for bringing 2 million people to the elections in the epidemiological situation that preceded the parliamentary elections. I cannot add anything else to it, "- the head of the Curatio told Forbes Talk.
Regarding the second lockdown by the government of Georgia, Giorgi Gotsadze notes that it is important for the government to present the epidemiological calculations during the restrictions, which include mitigation from December 24 to January 2.
“I do not know what epidemiological result Georgia will have, as restrictions are mitigated for ten days from December 24 to January 2. Accordingly, we go back to the question of what model is used, what we have calculated and evaluated”, Giorgi Gotsadze said.
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