President of Georgia Salome Zurabishvili addressed the nation on October 28, denouncing attacks that “serve to create a sense of instability in the country, spread fear and panic, and stir up tensions in the pre-election period.” The President’s statement comes amid opposition’s strong criticism....
On October 31, Georgian voters will be casting ballots to elect the tenth convocation of the Georgian Parliament. According to the recently passed changes, the next Parliament will consist of 120 proportional and 30 majoritarian seats (change from 77/73 ratio), while the election threshold will be fixed at 1% of votes.
Only a small proportion of the EU population can receive the coronavirus vaccine by 2022, as the potential COVID-19 drugs left behind by the EU may be ineffective or may be produced in insufficient quantities.
As of October 28, 1731 new cases of coronavirus have been detected in Georgia, bringing the total number of infected people to 33858. Berdia Sichinava, Deputy Chief of Operational Staff at the Interagency Coordination Council, has clarified the locations where 1731 new coronavirus cases detected in the past 24 hours.
Gov't Officials Claim Health Security During Elections Will Be Fully Guaranteed
Prior to the upcoming Parliamentary Elections scheduled for October 31, Georgian government officials claim that health and safety in the election process will be fully guaranteed, andthey call on citizens not to refrain from participation due to coronavirus fears. “Very important elections are approaching.
A new football stadium with a capacity to place 20,000 spectators that complies with Category IV of the UEFA standards has opened in Georgia’s seaside town of Batumi, the capital of the Adjara region. A total of 500 people were employed during the work process.
Border Guards Of South Ossetia Stopped The Threat Of Mass Poisoning Among The Population
The State Security Committee of South Ossetia records cases of smuggling activities across the state border with Georgia, despite the current restrictions related to measures to counter the spread of coronavirus infection in the Republic, the press service of the KGB of the Republic of South Ossetia reports.
Over the past 24 hours, 1,731 new cases of coronavirus were detected in Georgia and the total number of infections increased to 33,858. Information about this is posted on the special website stopcov.ge created by the government.
An ambulance doctor from Baghdati, who was diagnosed with the coronavirus a few days ago, has died. The information was confirmed by the Baghdati Emergency Service Center. The deceased emergency doctor was 45 years old. She was being treated in Tbilisi.