Quarantine rules changing in Georgia

Quarantine rules changing in Georgia

Mandatory quarantine rules for Georgian citizens are changing from today. The Interagency Coordination Council decided at the meeting on October 20.

Starting from October 21, Georgian citizens will have to go in self-isolation instead of mandatory quarantine if they have a negative PCR test with them when returning home.

If they do not have a test answer, they will still be placed in quarantine space.

The first case of coronavirus got detected on February 26, 2020, in Georgia.

The World Health Organization recognized coronavirus as a pandemic on March 11, 2020.

The outbreak of pneumonia in China began in December of 2019.

China confirmed that coronavirus was contagious and declared quarantine in two cities on January 21.

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