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Datablog | Georgians are becoming less satisfied with the government’s COVID response

Favourable views of the state’s handling of the crisis have been on a slow decline since the start of the pandemic.

Datablog | Georgians are becoming less satisfied with the government’s COVID response

By The Caucasus Datablog

Favourable views of the state’s handling of the crisis have been on a slow decline since the start of the pandemic.

Datablog | Who is informed about COVID-19 vaccination in Georgia?

People outside of Tbilisi, ethnic minorities, those without tertiary education and those who support the opposition have become relatively more informed over 2021.

Datablog | Who is informed about COVID-19 vaccination in Georgia?

By Eka Jikidze

People outside of Tbilisi, ethnic minorities, those without tertiary education and those who support the opposition have become relatively more informed over 2021.

Georgian Prime Minister spreads COVID misinformation, again

Georgia’s Prime Minister has falsely claimed that booster shots don’t work.

Georgian Prime Minister spreads COVID misinformation, again

Georgia’s Prime Minister has falsely claimed that booster shots don’t work.

Datablog | Georgians remain hesitant about vaccinating kids

Many of those who are willing to be vaccinated themselves, would not vaccinate their children.

Datablog | Georgians remain hesitant about vaccinating kids

By Tsisana Khundadze

Many of those who are willing to be vaccinated themselves, would not vaccinate their children.

Armenia: Get the jab or pay up

Unvaccinated public and private sector employees will be mandated to take a PCR test every week, which they will have to pay for out-of-pocket.

Armenia: Get the jab or pay up

Unvaccinated public and private sector employees will be mandated to take a PCR test every week, which they will have to pay for out-of-pocket.

Georgia to make vaccination mandatory to enter non-essential public spaces

New ‘green passports’ will be required to enter cafes and restaurants, bars, hotels, gyms, cinemas, theatres, museums, winter resorts, and more.

Georgia to make vaccination mandatory to enter non-essential public spaces

New ‘green passports’ will be required to enter cafes and restaurants, bars, hotels, gyms, cinemas, theatres, museums, winter resorts, and more.

Georgian authorities charge nine with forging COVID passports

One person has so far been arrested for charging €140 ($160) for two forged COVID-19 passports in Tbilisi. 

Georgian authorities charge nine with forging COVID passports

One person has so far been arrested for charging €140 ($160) for two forged COVID-19 passports in Tbilisi. 

Georgian PM ‘won’t allow’ compulsory vaccination

The countries top public health officials have warned the country is entering a fifth wave while pushing for mandatory vaccination for certain groups.

Georgian PM ‘won’t allow’ compulsory vaccination

The countries top public health officials have warned the country is entering a fifth wave while pushing for mandatory vaccination for certain groups.

Fake vaccine passport scandal revealed in Armenia

Over 700 people bought fake vaccine passports in the city of Gyumri, according to the authorities. 

Fake vaccine passport scandal revealed in Armenia

Over 700 people bought fake vaccine passports in the city of Gyumri, according to the authorities. 

Datablog | Georgia’s COVID-19 cases exploded due to the 2020 parliamentary elections

New analysis suggests that the 2020 parliamentary elections led to a massive rise in COVID-19 cases and deaths in Georgia. 

Datablog | Georgia’s COVID-19 cases exploded due to the 2020 parliamentary elections

By Givi Silagadze

New analysis suggests that the 2020 parliamentary elections led to a massive rise in COVID-19 cases and deaths in Georgia. 

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