Infection Diseases Specialist Alexandre Goginava presumes that the coronavirus regulations will lead to reduced coronavirus cases. In Goginava's words, they will yield results in around ten days of two weeks, with this more or less stabilizing the situation in the country.
The Infection Diseases Specialist says that cases are still rising, and in the next five or ten days, they may even more increase. However, after reaching the peak, case numbers will reduce. "Precise numbers are impossible to prognosticate now," Alexandre Goginava said.
The country has registered 1,267 deaths (37 recent).
Georgia reported its first coronavirus case on 26 February 2020. The WHO labeled the novel virus a pandemic on 11 March 2020. China saw the coronavirus outbreak in December of 2019. The country confirmed it is contagious on 21 January and declared quarantine in its two cities.