People traveling to Georgia will have to submit a certificate confirming the negative result of coronavirus test for the last 72 hours, informed Amiran Gamkrelidze, Director General of Georgia’s National Centre for Disease Control and Public Health.
According to him, Georgia will first receive tourists from the countries declared “green zones”.
Georgia will open its borders from July 1.
Earlier, the country suspended the flights until May 22, to curb the pandemic spread, then extended the suspension until June 30.
Georgia has confirmed 723 COVID-19 cases so far, according to StopCoV.ge.
As many as 495 people have recovered from the disease, while 12 others died in the country.
Georgia declared a state of emergency until May 22 to prevent the spread of coronavirus.