Gov't temporarily lifts traffic restrictions for Christmas
Gov't temporarily lifts traffic restrictions for Christmas

The Georgian government temporarily lifts traffic restrictions on Wednesday for the upcoming Christmas holiday.

The ban on movement between 9 pm on January 6 to 5 am on January 7 will be suspended.

The Covid-19 Interagency Coordination Council, led by the Georgian Prime Minister, urges citizens to celebrate Christmas in the family circle.

In a bid to curb the Covid-19 spread, the Georgian government announced a two-month partial lockdown on November 28.

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