Ten individuals from the Georgian regions of Imereti, Samegrelo, Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Kvemo Kartli and Samtskhe-Javakheti have been placed under quarantine for violating self-isolation rules aimed to prevent the spread of the COVID-19.
As of today, there are a total of 190 individuals under the mandatory quarantine in Georgia.
The Interior Ministry stated that all individuals are obliged to follow the requirements of the Georgian legislation on public health and respect decisions of the National Disease Control Centre (NCDC).
Additional 10 individuals have been placed under quarantine for violating self-isolation rules to prevent spreading of #COVID19.— MIA of Georgia (@MIAofGeorgia) March 22, 2020
MIA calls on citizens to demonstrate high public responsibility, comply with relevant legislation & respect decisions of NCDChttps://t.co/DRwVmkmM8i
Georgia has declared a state of emergency to prevent the spread of the coronavirus until April 21.
The country has 54 confirmed cases of COVID-19. This includes the first three individuals who have been cured.