Gakharia gives special orders to MIA

Gakharia gives special orders to MIA
Gakharia gives special orders to MIA

"I urge the Ministry of Internal Affairs, in full coordination with the Ministry of Health, to control the fulfillment of self-isolation rules," Giorgi Gakharia, the Prime Minister of Georgia said at a government meeting.

According to the head of the government, one of the most important challenges facing the Coordination Council is the protection of the self-isolation regime.

"People who potentially may be carrying the virus have certain obligations towards citizens of our country. Following the required rules during the self-isolation is our civic responsibility and the most important component of today. We call on the citizens, who are in self-isolation, to follow the conditions dictated by the Ministry of Health," Giorgi Gakharia stated.

The World Health Organization officially announced the pandemic of a new type of coronavirus, COVID-19, on March 11. The organization calls on countries to fight an aggressive disease.

From today, the Georgian government has moved to a state of emergency.

There are 24 cases of coronavirus confirmed in Georgia.

Currently, there are 295 people in quarantine and 49 in inpatient care.

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