The Prime Minister of Georgia is positive about the coronavirus

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The Prime Minister of Georgia was diagnosed with coronavirus, as he announced today, amid an increase in cases in this Caucasian country, despite the vaccination campaign against COVID-19 conducting.

“I feel good, I am isolated and I continue to work remotely,” Irakli Garibashvili said in a Facebook post.

THE Agriculture announced today 897 new cases of coronavirus in a 24 hour period, ie about three times the average number which was recorded daily in recent months, as broadcast by AMPE.

In total, authorities have recorded more than 275,000 cases of the new coronavirus since the outbreak of the pandemic and 3,832 deaths from COVID-19 in that country with a population of less than four million.

On March 15, Georgia launched a vaccination campaign with AstraZeneca vaccine, of which he has received approximately 43,000 doses through the COVAX program. The country has also received doses of the Pfizer / BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine enough to vaccinate 14,000 people.

To date, 11,603 people have been vaccinated in the country, the director of the National Center for Disease Control, Amiran Gamkrellingze, said on Monday, calling for the vaccination rate to be accelerated.

In May 2020, Georgia removed it lockdown which he had imposed and allowed the stores to reopen. However, a traffic ban remains in force.

Undersecretary of Health Tamar Gabunya said yesterday that the imposition of new restrictive measures “is not necessary at the moment”.

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