"The Tbilisi municipality is working intensively and looking for ways to make things better for the population to prevent the spread of new coronavirus and protect the population from additional risks," the Mayor of the capital, said at a briefing today.
According to Kaladze, although the educational processes are temporarily suspended, the employees of the educational institutions will receive their salaries.
"Tbilisi City Hall takes into account the current situation. Not to leave people in these programs and institutions without income in this difficult situation, we will continue funding. But upon completion of this period, teachers must compensate for all the missed hours. We will provide the salaries of the 2,500 teachers, coaches, and therapists involved in Tbilisi municipal programs, which serve approximately 25,000 children and youth each month during the school year," the Mayor said.