Around 700 foreigners have applied to Remotely from Georgia since August 27, the Georgian National Tourism Administration says.
The programme was launched in the beginning of August.
As of August 5, already 2,700 applications had been registered.
The National Tourism Administration says that 31 foreigners from the US, Australia, Great Britain, Russia, Ukraine and New Zealand have already come to Georgia within the programme.
The programme allows freelancers and self-employed foreigners to work from Georgia remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.
The administration told IPN that the biggest interest in the project comes from Russia, the United States, Great Britain, Canada and Ukraine.
Among the 700 registered foreigners, 52 per cent are freelancers, 28 per cent are full-time employees and the rest 20 per cent are those who want to run their businesses from Georgia remotely.
A citizen of foreign country who seeks to enter Georgia long-term will have to fill out a mandatory application form available at www.stopcov.ge and obtain preliminary confirmation required for border crossing