Georgian medical experts: COVID daily cases may exceed 7,000

The coronavirus vaccination rate remains low in Georgia amid large political rallies in the country. Photo: Nino Alavidze/, 03 Nov 2021 - 14:13, Tbilisi,Georgia

Georgian health officials and medical experts are expecting coronavirus daily cases to exceed 7,000 amid a low rate of vaccination, not adhering to mandatory guidelines, and large political rallies across the country. 

 We are facing a coronavirus genocide,” medical expert, professor Devi Tabidze stated earlier today. 

COVID-19 has claimed 10,185 lives in Georgia since April 2020, while 49,114 remain infected with the virus in the country. 

Daily infections have ranged between 4,000-5,000 over the past several days and are maintaining an upward trend. 

Overall, 1,040,022 individuals have received at least one dose of the vaccine in the country since March 2021, while 944,520 people have been fully vaccinated, out of 3.7 million.