The International Monetary Fund on Monday said it was working closely with authorities in Georgia
The money will go to the Ombudsman's Office and the private sector in coordination with identified needs.
As of now, up to 4,000 citizens have returned to Georgia with the support of the state.
Georgian Industrial Group (GIG) will contribute 300,000 GEL to the special fund of the Business Association of Georgia in response to COVID-19 outbreak.
APM Terminals Poti operator of Poti Sea Port will contribute 100,000 GEL to the special fund of the Business Association of Georgia in response to COVID-19 outbreak.
As the novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread around the world and has been declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization
5 reasons why this crisis will be shorter for Georgia than it seems at first glance, former President of the National Bank of Georgia Giorgi Kadagidze posted the status on Facebook.