State of emergency in Georgia
What do you need to know regarding the state of emergency declared in Georgia due to COVID-19
Georgia declared a state of emergency on 21 March 2020 in response to the continuing spread of the COVID-19 outbreak. It will last until 21 April 2020.
Presidential Decree No. 1 sets out the key measures that must be taken during the state of emergency. On 23 March 2020, the Georgian government issued Ordinance No.181, which expands on these restrictions. Recently, new amendments have been made to the ordinance.
This newsletter will provide you with the detailed information about the existing restrictions and liabilities for non-compliance now effective in the country as of 3 April, 2020.
This newsletter will provide you with the detailed information about the existing restrictions and liabilities for non-compliance now effective in the country.
This newsletter aims to provide the reader only with a general understanding of legislation concerning the state of emergency in Georgia effective at the time of writing. It neither purports to provide nor is intended to replace professional legal or any other advice.
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