The EU will allocate 183 million euros for Georgia in the fight against the coronavirus, Director for the EU's Eastern Neighbourhood Lawrence Meredith has tweeted.
He stated that the EU is providing €80 million in immediate and €883 million in short term support to Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
#EU is providing €80 million of immediate & €883 million of short term support to #Armenia #Azerbaijan #Belarus #Georgia #Moldova #Ukraine for #COVID19 outbreak— Lawrence Meredith ???????? (@LMeredithEU) April 8, 2020
See the factsheet below on how EU is already bringing concrete support on the ground????#StrongerTogether #TeamEurope pic.twitter.com/MHA0umMmvB
Georgia has confirmed six new cases of the coronavirus earlier today, bringing the total number of cases to 214.
Of the 214, 50 have recovered, three have died, while two others were foreign citizens who left the country last month.
As of today Georgia has 159 active cases of the virus.