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Georgia bans entrance to catering facilities without COVID-19 passport

Christian Fernsby |
Georgia will restrict entrance to catering facilities for individuals without COVID-19 passports from December 1, Trend reports via Georgian media.

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The head of the operational headquarters of the Interdepartmental Coordination Council, Giorgi Gibradze, listed facilities that will be closed to people without "green passports" from December 1.

Those include: restaurant, cafes, bars, cinemas, theaters, operas, concert halls, museums, entertainment centers, casinos, gyms, hotels.

Meanwhile, according to Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili’s statement, all information related to the COVID-19 is indicated in the "green passports" for each citizen the transferred disease, the results of PCR tests, vaccination process.

“A person has a "green status" if he is fully vaccinated, that is, twice, has passed a 72 hour or 24 hour test, or has already suffered from the COVID-19 virus,” Irakli Garibashvili said.

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