Director-General of Infectious Diseases, AIDS and Clinical Immunology Research Center, Tengiz Tsertsvadze, said that the Georgian government has no plans to enforce another lockdown.
According to Tsertsvadze, introducing restrictions in the country may be necessary, but this will deal a crushing blow to the tourist season and the country's economy, which is why no restrictions are planned at this point.
''The country has breathed a sigh of relief: the economy is increasing rapidly, with the tourist season being rather successful. Somehow hampering this will prove immensely painful for the country, its economy, and people. This is the reason why even against the backdrop of increased mobility, no restrictions are now planned,'' Tsertsvadze stated.