Week-long public holidays begin in Georgia to prevent spread of coronavirus

04.05.21 15:35

Week-long public holidays begin in Georgia today to reduce public mobility and curb the spread of the coronavirus. 

The interagency commission recommended employers allow their employees to work from home. 


The commission discussed the epidemiological situation in Georgia during a virtual meeting on April 9 stressing the importance of public responsibility in maintaining health recommendations to avoid a so-called third wave of the virus. 


The interagency commission calls on Georgian citizens to:
Wear face masks
Maintain social distancing
Avoid large social gatherings
Georgia has reported 788 new cases of coronavirus, 1,206 recoveries and 20 deaths in the past 24 hours. 


Meanwhile, Georgian health officials have warned of a potential third wave of coronavirus in the country if individuals refuse to receive the vaccine and act in line with recommendations. 

source: AGENDA 

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