Georgia declares national emergency until April 21

Georgia declares national emergency until April 21

Georgia has declared a national emergency to prevent the spread of the coronavirus until April 21, Agenda.ge reports.

Prime Minister Giorgi Gakharia said at a news briefing today that no more than ten people will be allowed to gather during this time.

As of today, Georgia has a total of 47 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including the "patient zero", who has recovered and currently stays in self-isolation. 

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