The Government of Georgia has imposed restrictions on the crossing of the border for both the Georgian and foreign citizens. Such a statement was made at the meeting of the Interagency Coordination Council against Coronavirus.
According to the government’s decision, citizens are obliged to present a PCR certificate on COVID -19.
“A citizen of Georgia, traveling from the countries with a high risk of coronavirus outbreak, is obliged to undergo intensive check-ups at the Border Crossing Checkpoint and a mandatory 14-day quarantine procedure.
Besides, the citizens of foreign countries, who have been in the countries, which, according to the WHO assessment, are at risk for coronavirus outbreak, for the last 14 days or are traveling through those countries to Georgia, should undergo intensive check-ups at the Border Crossing Checkpoint and a mandatory 14-day quarantine procedure. Or they are obliged to present COVID -19 PCR certificate at the border. The certificate must be issued by the relevant laboratory of the country of departure, and in the case of transit, by the relevant laboratory of the transit country”, - reads the statement.