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Abkhazia goes back to school

Parents in Abkhazia had complained of school closures, after their children were not offered alternative ways to learn.

Abkhazia goes back to school

Parents in Abkhazia had complained of school closures, after their children were not offered alternative ways to learn.

Datablog | Do people have enough information about COVID-19 in Georgia?

The government has taken several measures to raise awareness about COVID-19; but are the public actually well informed?

Datablog | Do people have enough information about COVID-19 in Georgia?

By Tsisana Khundadze

The government has taken several measures to raise awareness about COVID-19; but are the public actually well informed?

Restaurants and public transport to reopen in Georgia ahead of schedule

Public transport, eateries, markets, and schools will reopen in Georgia ahead of schedule in a U-turn for the government.

Restaurants and public transport to reopen in Georgia ahead of schedule

Public transport, eateries, markets, and schools will reopen in Georgia ahead of schedule in a U-turn for the government.

Azerbaijani doctor detained after warning of ‘mass infections’ in schools

The State Security Services have accused Ilaha Majidova of causing ‘confusion and unfounded concern’ in a viral audio message.

Azerbaijani doctor detained after warning of ‘mass infections’ in schools

The State Security Services have accused Ilaha Majidova of causing ‘confusion and unfounded concern’ in a viral audio message.

Tbilisi diners to go hungry on Saturday as restaurants announce delivery boycott

Over 100 restaurants have committed to halting their operations for a day in protest against anti-coronavirus restrictions.

Tbilisi diners to go hungry on Saturday as restaurants announce delivery boycott

Over 100 restaurants have committed to halting their operations for a day in protest against anti-coronavirus restrictions.

Datablog | Are Georgia's risk-loving men to blame for the spread of COVID-19?

Research conducted by CRRC shows that young Georgian men are more prone to risky behaviour, including social behaviour which increases the chances of COVID-19 transmission. 

Datablog | Are Georgia's risk-loving men to blame for the spread of COVID-19?

By The Caucasus Datablog

Research conducted by CRRC shows that young Georgian men are more prone to risky behaviour, including social behaviour which increases the chances of COVID-19 transmission. 

Anti-lockdown protesters call for end to ‘Canned Georgia’

There have been multiple protests since the Georgian Government announced that most lockdown measures would be extended until March. 

Anti-lockdown protesters call for end to ‘Canned Georgia’

There have been multiple protests since the Georgian Government announced that most lockdown measures would be extended until March. 

Gakharia’s support as PM skyrockets in new NDI poll

The Georgian Prime Minister saw his approval rating increase from 32% to 46%, with only 17% saying he was performing poorly.

Gakharia’s support as PM skyrockets in new NDI poll

The Georgian Prime Minister saw his approval rating increase from 32% to 46%, with only 17% saying he was performing poorly.

Georgia delays reopening economy

Plans to lift coronavirus restrictions starting from 1 February will, for the most part, be delayed.

Georgia delays reopening economy

Plans to lift coronavirus restrictions starting from 1 February will, for the most part, be delayed.

In Pictures | Bakuriani’s corona freeze

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought life in Georgia’s most popular ski resort town to a painful standstill.

In Pictures | Bakuriani’s corona freeze

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought life in Georgia’s most popular ski resort town to a painful standstill.

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