The Georgian government has been closing the country's borders for the entry of foreign citizens since March 18 as a measure to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
This is the decision of the Coordinating Council to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Georgian citizens will be able to return to their homeland, Irakli Chikovani, adviser to the prime minister on foreign policy, said at a briefing on Monday.
According to him, the Coordinating Council also decided to close all mountain resorts in Georgia. "It was also decided to give recommendations to all cafes, restaurants and bars to limit their activities only to the takeaway service of finished products," Chikovani said.
The Coordinating Council recommended that citizens over the age of 70 should avoid crowded places as much as possible and isolate themselves as much as possible.