"Since we know the exact time of an added cluster, it means that all clusters are under control. Fortunately, so far, we know the connection between the cases," the deputy health minister told reporters.
According to Tamar Gabunia, the virus might not reach its peak in Georgia, which is the goal.
"If we do nothing, the peak is expected to occur in the seventh-eighth week from the first cases. We must take into account that there is a very active social distance, so the seventh-eighth peak is likely to be delayed and may never be reached. The goal is to have a gradual, consistent increase," Tamar Gabunia said.
According to the latest data, the number of infected increased to 67 in Georgia. Nine patients already recovered, while eight patients left the clinic. The ninth recovered patient is expected to leave the hospital today. 4055 people are currently in quarantine, while 252 patients remain in inpatient care.