Fourteen individuals from Tbilisi and the Imereti, Samegrelo, Kvemo Kartli, Samtskhe-Javakheti and Adjara regions of Georgia have been placed under quarantine within the last 24 hours for violating self-isolation rules to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
At this moment 141 persons have been placed under quarantine in total for violating the rules of self-isolation, says the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Individuals who violate self-isolation and go to the Public Service Hall to receive service will not be served; instead they will be placed under quarantine by law enforcers, announced the Public Service Hall earlier today.
The Public Service Hall urges self-isolated persons to contact the Public Service Hall employees who work remotely in case of emergency situations and says that these employees will try to help them receive the service.
Since February 26, 2020 Georgia has had 43 confirmed cases of the virus. However, one has recovered and was discharged.
As of now 1,575 are under quarantine in Georgia, with 275 others in hospitals.