Coronavirus: The country opening for tourists in July
Georgia says it is looking to open up its borders on July 1.
The former Soviet state hasn’t been as badly affected by Covid-19 as many other European countries. It has reported 615 cases and 9 deaths among the population of more than 3.
7 million people.
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More than 9 million travellers visited in 2019, with 35.9 per cent of Georgia’s goods and service export revenue coming from tourism.
It is particularly popular among visitors from Azerbaijan, Russia and Armenia.
The government said is looking to promote the country as a “safe destination”.