The curfew will be lifted in Georgia on July 1. The authorities will allow residents to go outside at night. This was announced by Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, as Echo of the Caucasus reported.
It should be noted that the restriction has been put in Georgia since November 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic. Violators are fined for about $630.
In addition, the mandatory wearing of masks on the street has been abolished in Georgia on June 22. At the same time, the mask regime remains mandatory indoors and on public transport.
Violation of the mask regime is also fined for $6 and in case of repeated violation, the fine increases to $12.
As it was reported earlier, Turkish President Erdogan announced the abolition of the curfew in the country. According to the head of state, the curfew will end on July 1, and restrictions due to the coronavirus in public transport will be lifted. All public services return to their normal work schedules.