The nationwide curfew was announced by the government on 30 March as part of efforts to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus.
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The government introduced the measure with the sweeping powers granted to the President and Prime Minister when Georgia declared a state of emergency on 21 March.
From 21:00-06:00 every day, people will be prohibited from leaving their homes. Anyone caught breaking curfew faces a fine of ₾3,000 ($910) or ₾15,000 ($4,500) for an organisation.
Repeat offenders face up to three years in prison.