Georgia recorded 1,310 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours to bring the total tally to 299,038, according to StopCov.ge.
The country registered 632 recoveries bringing the total number to 282,869.
Twelve patients died in the past 24 hours, with the death toll now standing at 3,971.
Health workers subjected 30,241 citizens to tests in a single day, including 17,446 to antigen tests and 12,795 to PCR.
The daily test positivity rate is at 4.33%, 3.38% the last 14 days positivity rate, and 4.16% that of a week.
A total of 31,019 citizens have been vaccinated, with daily vaccination at 810; 308 have been quarantined; 3,270 are receiving in-patient care and 513 are in COVID hotels.
Georgia reported its first coronavirus case on 26 February 2020. A state of emergency was declared on 21 March and universal quarantine restrictions enforced on 31 March.
The WHO confirmed the new coronavirus a pandemic on 11 March 2020. The coronavirus outbreak occurred in China in December 2019. On 21 January, the China-born virus was proved contagious and quarantine measures were implemented in two Chinese cities.