The number of coronavirus cases stands at 34 in Georgia’s Russian-occupied Tskhinvali region, with two of the patients themselves doctors who work in different hospitals of Znauri, a district in Tskhinvali (South Ossetia) region.
As of now, 346 individuals have been placed under quarantine for 14 days in Georgia’s Russian-occupied Tskhinvali region, reports RES media outlet.
De-facto Tskhinvali confirmed its first case of the coronavirus on May 6.
The de-facto government of the Tskhinvali region has prolonged preventive safety measures against the spread of the coronavirus until May 31.
All public spaces, except for food markets and beauty salons, will remain closed in Tskhinvali until May 31.
De-facto Tskhinvali closed the last, Kartsmani crossing point in Sachkhere municipality, connecting the region with the rest of Georgia on February 27 to prevent the spread of coronavirus.