Ukraine puts Georgia on list of 'red zone' countries
BAKU, Azerbaijan, November 2
By Tamilla Mammadova – Trend:
Ukraine has updated the list of countries in the “red” and “green” zones, Trend reports via Georgian media.
Based on the epidemiological situation, Ukraine puts Georgia on the list of 'red zone' countries.
It means tourists arriving in Ukraine from Georgia will have to take a PCR test on COVID-19 or undergo a 14-day self-isolation. As for the PCR test, the person must do it on the territory of Ukraine.
Georgia has reported 1,852 new coronavirus cases, 7 deaths, and 1,696 recoveries on November 2.
In total, Georgia’s coronavirus cases increased to 42,579. The number of recovered patients reached 26,800. The virus-related death toll stands at 342.
Currently, 2,977 people remain in quarantine, 29,876 people are self-isolating, 4,293 persons are under medical observation, and 8,882 more at home.
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