Georgia confirms the fourth case of coronavirus. According to Amiran Gamkrelidze, the head of the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health, the patient arrived at the Infectious Diseases Hospital on March 1; later, the Lugar laboratory-confirmed he had a coronavirus.
According to Gamkrelidze, the patient, who has a history of traveling to Italy, went to the hospital himself with a high fever.
Gamkrelidze noted that his condition is harder compared to other confirmed cases.
There are four cases of coronavirus confirmed in Georgia.
The first one is a Georgian citizen, a 50-year-old man who arrived from Iran.
The second is a 31-year-old woman who is also a Georgian citizen and flew to Kutaisi International Airport from Italy.
The third infected man is also a Georgian citizen who was in Iran as well.
Yesterday,information saying that a Georgian citizen residing in Italy have tested positive for the virus was also released.
Overall, more than 200 people are under observation.
There are 162 people left in the quarantine.