The Vice Prime Minister of Georgia talked today about restrictions, which will be activated from November 28 across the country.
“Movement will be restricted throughout Georgia from 21:00 both by cars and for pedestrians. Movement of transport within cities and between cities will be stopped. Restaurants and food objects will stop functioning. They will be able to use delivery service.
Activities of fitness clubs and swimming pools will be stopped. Conferences and training will be transformed onto remote format. Sports and culture activities will be held without attendance of spectators. Restrictions will be imposed in ski resorts.
Following restrictions are introduced in addition to the existing ones in large cities - Tbilisi, Batumi, Kutaisi, Rustavi, Gori, Poti, Zugdidi and Telavi - as well as in skiing resorts - Bakuriani, Guraudi, Goderdzi and Mestia. Municipal transport will be suspended within Tbilisi, Telavi, Batumi, Kutaisi, Rustavi, Gori. Poti and Zugdidi.
Restrictions will be eased from December 24 through January 2 throughout Georgia malls, open and closed fairs and markets will resume operation. Besides, municipal and inter-city passenger transport will be resumed.
From January 3 through January 15, throughout Georgia referred dates will be deemed as holidays and off-duty. All the restrictions, which were enforced from November 28 through December 24 will be reinstituted.
From January 16 through January 31 municipal and inter-city passenger transport will be resumed, along with shops, open and closed fairs and markets (except for week-ends, when they will remain closed). Transport, retail shops and fairs will not operate on week-ends”, - said Maia Tskhitishvili.