The National Bank of Georgia is monitoring banknotes given bills may also contribute to the spread of the new coronavirus.
The money which enters the bank is kept for 14 days separately. Also, new banknotes are being supplied to commercial banks which will be put into circulation for the first time.
The bank is also carrying out sanitising work to avoid the spread of the new coronavirus.
The NBG also urges people to use distant banking services instead of going to the banks. Photo: The National Bank of Georgia.
The National Bank of Georgia urges citizens to use contactless payments and wash hands often.
As of April 6, sixteen employees of the National Bank of Georgia tested positive for the Covid-19.