Daily confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Georgia have decreased 24 times, while the cases of hospitalisation have dropped 12 times compared to data from February, the Health Ministry announced on Wednesday.
The number of active coronavirus cases has also been reduced eight times, along with the lethality rate declining four times.
The Ministry further noted the load on hospitals had been “significantly decreased,” adding clinics involved in the management of the pandemic would continue to provide medical assistance for patients.
Georgia has registered 1,099 new coronavirus cases, 800 recoveries and 10 deaths in the last 24 hours, with the weekly positivity rate standing at 9.41 percent. Currently, about 31,000 people remain infected with the virus.
The new Omicron variant accounts for the majority of confirmed Covid-19 cases in Georgia as of today.
Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili announced in mid-February the government anticipated the general situation with the epidemic to stabilise by the end of March.