• Georgia is opening its airspace to international flights starting July 1
• Georgia is launching a large-scale study into the COVID-19 impact on social and political life, human rights, children’s rights, and legal processes.
• StopCov fund has accumulated GEL 133 591 201 as of 5 June 2020
Georgia situation overview
The first patient with COVID-19 was diagnosed in Georgia on 26 February 2020. Despite early decisive actions of the Government, the number of confirmed and suspected cases continued to grow triggering the Government to declare a state of emergency on 21 March, closing borders and airports, restricting movement inside the country, banning mass gatherings and maintaining closure of all schools, kindergartens and universities. A nationwide curfew was declared, and further restrictive measures were introduced on 31 March and a lockdown was imposed on the country’s four largest cities on 15 April. In order to avoid further community spread, the state of emergency was extended until May 22, including the ban on inter-city travel. The Government gradually lifts restrictions based on epidemiological situation and state of emergency has ended on May 23. The Parliament passed a draft law allowing to impose restrictions on fundamental human rights without declaring the state of emergency. To date, Abkhazia reported 28 cases, with 15 recoveries and one death. A state of emergency was put in place on 28 March and was lifted as of 21 April.
- UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
- To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit https://www.unocha.org/.