Georgia Brought Back Up to 7 Thousand Citizens from Coronavirus-hit Countries

Georgian government has brought back 6,747 citizens as of April 20 from different coronavirus-hit areas since the COVID-19 outbreak began worldwide.

Occupying Forces Carried Out Illegal Borderization in Kareli Municipality

Occupational forces of Russia resumed illegal borderization near village Takhtisdziri, in Kareli municipality.

Internet Consumption in Georgia has Increased by 200%

Tamta Sharashenidze, Corporate Director of Huawei Georgia, spoke about the current situation and future prospects in the telecommunications sector in the Public Broadcaster's "Business Partner" program.

Bolnisi and Village Ratchisubani to be Put under Lockdown

As governor of Kvemo Kartli, Shota Rekhviashvili stated, they isolated inhabitants of Kazreti and village Balichi from Bolnisi municipality center, since they see the risks of the further virus spreading.

Wearing Face Masks in Closed Public Spaces Becomes Mandatory

Wearing face masks in closed public spaces becomes mandatory from today.

Georgian Government Prohibits Driving for the Next five days

In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak and ahead of Easter celebrations this weekend, the government has decided to prohibit driving for the next five days across Georgia.

Cemeteries of Zugdidi, Senaki, and Poti Close

As governor of Samegrelo and Zemo Svaneti region defined, the cemeteries of big cities, such as Zugdidi, Senaki, and Poti will be closed due to the upcoming Easter.

Coronavirus: StopCov Reports 30 New Cases of COVID-19 in One Day

Georgia reports 30 new cases in one day, bringing the total number to 336 infected. 3 deaths are already confirmed.

Preparing for the recovery from COVID19 - Workshop for the Georgian SMEs

International Trade Centre's Eastern Partnership: Ready to Trade project organizes an online workshop – EU export marketing customer