The Georgian government keeps the money collected in the StopCov fund for the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia said.
In his words, the money from the fund will be spent under the recommendations of the MPs.
"We keep the money for the second wave of the pandemic. As far as you know, unpredictability is the biggest challenge to this crisis," Gakharia concluded.
133.5 million GEL has been accumulated in the StopCov fund.
The fund was created on March 23, 2020, in the office of the business ombudsman of Georgia to combat coronavirus.