From February 1, Georgia simplifies the entry rules for foreign citizens - all foreigners vaccinated against coronavirus will be allowed to enter.
This was announced by the Minister of Economy of Georgia Natia Turnava, reports "European Truth" with reference to the "Echo of the Caucasus". In particular, all foreigners who have completed a full course of vaccination with any coronavirus vaccine will be allowed into the country.
Citizens and residents of the EU countries, Israel, Switzerland, the United States, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain will also be able to enter the country. They need to submit a negative PCR test result, which must be done within the last 72 hours. On the third day of their stay in Georgia, they will have to be retested.
The rules for entry into the country for citizens of Georgia are also changing. In the absence of a PCR test, they must go into self-isolation for eight days. If they have a negative PCR test result, they will be able to take a second test on the third day of their stay in the country and exit self-isolation.
As reported, from February 1, restrictions on international regular flights will be lifted in Georgia