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Netherlands categorise Georgia as very high-risk area as COVID-19 numbers soar

Christian Fernsby |
The Netherlands will categorise Georgia as a very high-risk area on August 8 following a sharp increase in coronavirus cases in the country.

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Travellers from ‘very high-risk’ countries, including Georgia, must present evidence of full vaccination and negative PCR test from the past 72 hours, Agenda.ge reported.

Starting August 8 Georgian citizens, including fully-vaccinated ones, entering the Netherlands will be asked to undergo a mandatory 10-day quarantine.

Georgia has reported 3,780 new cases of coronavirus on Friday. Currently 38,806 individuals remain infected with COVID-19 in the country. 2,052 individuals have recovered and 30 have died from the virus in the past 24 hours.


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