Axar.az
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14 August 2020


Restrictions in Georgia have been extended until 2021

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The Georgian government's mandate to impose restrictions without declaring a state of emergency has been extended until January 1, 2021.

Axar.az reports citing, the country's parliament approved the draft amendments to the law on public health by 79 votes.

According to the law, by the end of this year, the government may restrict the movement of citizens, their economic activity, as well as ban the holding of mass events. The government will also have the right to send people to quarantine or isolation.

The Georgian government's mandate to impose restrictions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus expires on July 15. The neighboring country is waiting for the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the government, together with epidemiologists, is preparing to prevent it.

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2020.07.14 / 20:51
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