Lonely Planet: With borders reopening 1 July to certain countries, Georgia will be implementing a series of health measures to protect travellers and citizens alike
Lonely Planet: With borders reopening 1 July to certain countries, Georgia will be implementing a series of health measures to protect travellers and citizens alike

With borders reopening 1 July to certain countries, Georgia will be implementing a series of health measures to protect travellers and citizens alike, – This is stated in an article by the world-famous travel magazine Lonely Planet. The publication lists the European travel destinations that were named the safest during the COVID-19 pandemic. Georgia is first on the list.

As the article notes, in Georgia COVID-19 case numbers are approximately 260 times lower than the most affected European countries.

“In comparison to other countries around the world, Georgia has fared better in terms of total number of cases of coronavirus. The country was quick to react with measures, and according to the study, case numbers are approximately 260 times lower than the most affected European countries. With borders reopening 1 July to certain countries, Georgia will be implementing a series of health measures to protect travellers and citizens alike”, – reads the article.

As the author of the article writes, “European countries have begun opening their borders following restrictions put in place to curb the spread of COVID-19, but what destinations offer the safest experiences to hopeful wayfarers? A new report released by travel website European Best Destination has outlined some of the choices. Concentrating on countries least affected by COVID-19, the destinations have also implemented specific protocols concerning hygiene in places like accommodations, restaurants and shops”.

In addition to Georgia, the article describes Greece, Portugal, Croatia, and Romania.

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