Georgian citizens who were tested for the coronavirus until December 1, 2021 but unable to register their status in the database of the National Centre for Disease Control “for various reasons” will receive the COVID ‘green status’, Head of the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Amiran Gamkrelidze told Interpressnews agency on Tuesday.
Gamkrelidze said the move would reflect the status of the patients who remained under medical attention at hospitals, quarantine hotels, and at home.
The NCDC head also said starting February 1 the testing of asymptomatic people, excluding doctors, could be temporarily suspended in the country.
The COVID-19 ‘green pass’ went into effect in Georgia on December 1 as a proof of vaccination, testing or recovery from the virus. The pass is used for access to certain venues and establishments across the country.