Amiran Gamkrelidze

Georgian health official warns of fourth COVID-19 wave

The Georgian health official warn of a potential fourth wave of coronavirus in the country if individuals refuse to receive the vaccine and act in line with recommendations.   According to head of Georgia's National Centre for …

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Georgia develops Covid passports

The Georgian government is developing green passports for those who have completed the full course of vaccination against coronavirus, the head of the Covid-19 Operational Headquarters of the Interdepartmental Coordination Council, Georgy …

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Georgian health officials warn of third COVID-19 wave

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.  Head of Georgia’s National Centre for Disease …

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Mass COVID-19 immunisation  in Georgia to start in July

Mass COVID-19 immunisation is expected to start in Georgia in July, head of the Georgian National Centre for Disease Control Amiran Gamkrelidze said, adding that it does not mean that getting the vaccination against coronavirus will become …

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Coronavirus defeated in Georgia?

Georgia has reported no new cases of the coronavirus over the past 24 hours for the first time since the start of the pandemic. The country has had 879 cases of the coronavirus since February 26, 2020, 724 patients have …

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Georgia reaches peak of coronavirus outbreak

Georgia has reached the peak of the coronavirus outbreak, so citizens should be extremely careful,  the head of the National Center for Disease Control Amiran Gamkrelidze said. He noted that Monday will mark the beginning of the …

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Fourth case of coronavirus confirmed in Georgia

Georgia has confirmed the fourth case of coronavirus Covid-19, head of the National Disease Control Centre Amiran Gamkrelidze said. According to him, the infected individual is a citizen of Georgia who came to …

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Second person dies from swine flu in Georgia

The H1N1 virus, known as the swine flu, has caused the death of already two persons in Georgia, the republic's Minister of Health Davit Sergeenko said. According to him, the first person died yesterday …

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