Omicron peak passed, Deputy Health Minister says
Omicron peak passed, Deputy Health Minister says

The Omicron peak in Georgia has passed but the current week will give the more precise answer, Deputy Health Minister Tamar Gabunia said on Wednesday. The number of daily positive cases will likely shrink by the end of the month, she projected.

Alluding to the cutting of the isolation period, Gabunia stressed the country follows the protocol that the period will wane if the patient shows no symptoms. The symptomatic person can transmit the virus.

Deputy Minister added that coronavirus testing is not needed following isolation.

Earlier today, Georgia reported 15,315 coronavirus cases, 10,894 recoveries, and 55 deaths.

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