Current Covid-19 regulations in Georgia
There is a challenging time for both organizers and visitors of the Kolkhida 2021, but despite this, there are all conditions for the safe conduct of the congress, taking into account the current restrictions and regulations.
✅ Entry will be possible with documentation proving full vaccination and negative PCR test results; or, alternately, just negative PCR test results taken within the previous 72 hours, in which case a follow-up PCR test must be performed on the third day.
When choosing the second, that is, PCR test option to enter the country, visitors must fill out a special application form available on stopcov.ge 🔗
⚠️ PCR testing will be available at the congress venue (Radisson Blu Hotel) and the cost will be collected in cash in local currency (GEL)
✅ List of nationalities – both citizens and residents - admitted to Georgia with a negative PCR test taken within the last 72 hours is fully presented at the official webpage og the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia
✅ Curfew is canceled from July 1st.
✅ Wearing a face mask is mandatory in all indoor public places.
✈️ Regulations for Crossing the Georgian Border for COVID-19 vaccinated 💉 and non-vaccinated visitors 📃 and more up to date information are available at https://mfa.gov.ge/MainNav/CoVID-19-sakitkhebi/sazgvris-kvetis-regulaciebi.aspx
Please note that some restrictions might change based on the international and local situation, so please check with the official source at Georgian portal on Covid-19