Paata Imnadze, the deputy head of the Centers for Disease Control, said the restrictions had shown their effectiveness. He said he remembers people asking him about the "curfew."
"I was asked, does the virus spread at night? It turned out that the virus did spread at night? As long as there were restrictions, the virus was not this bad. These restrictions made sense when we could not offer alternatives to society," said Imnadze.
Paata Imnadze focused on the accelerated pace of vaccination.