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Datablog | How has Georgia changed in the last decade?

Georgians tend to believe that poverty, crime, and corruption have increased in the last decade, while affordable healthcare has become more accessible. But public data does not always match these assessments.

Datablog | How has Georgia changed in the last decade?

By Givi Silagadze

Georgians tend to believe that poverty, crime, and corruption have increased in the last decade, while affordable healthcare has become more accessible. But public data does not always match these assessments.

Is Georgia prepared for a monkeypox outbreak?

Preparing for monkeypox in Georgia may be a tightrope walk between avoiding further stigma and raising awareness.

Is Georgia prepared for a monkeypox outbreak?

By Shota Kincha

Preparing for monkeypox in Georgia may be a tightrope walk between avoiding further stigma and raising awareness.

Criminal case launched after mass food poisoning at Armenian restaurant chain

Over 180 people apparently suffered food poisoning after eating at Tashir Pizza, one of Armenia’s largest restaurant chains. 

Criminal case launched after mass food poisoning at Armenian restaurant chain

Over 180 people apparently suffered food poisoning after eating at Tashir Pizza, one of Armenia’s largest restaurant chains. 

‘The worst-case scenario’: Georgia registers record COVID deaths 

Georgia has recorded the highest daily rise in the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 and death.

‘The worst-case scenario’: Georgia registers record COVID deaths 

Georgia has recorded the highest daily rise in the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 and death.

Datablog | Data suggests Georgia has handled the pandemic poorly

Despite initial praise as a model case of handling the pandemic, Georgia is now seeing record numbers of COVID-19 cases and related deaths

Datablog | Data suggests Georgia has handled the pandemic poorly

By Givi Silagadze

Despite initial praise as a model case of handling the pandemic, Georgia is now seeing record numbers of COVID-19 cases and related deaths

‘We all have bronchitis’ — the blackened lungs of Georgia’s coal miners

The mines in Tkibuli deny that any employees have job-related illnesses; the miners themselves tell a different story. 

‘We all have bronchitis’ — the blackened lungs of Georgia’s coal miners

By Lana Kokaia

The mines in Tkibuli deny that any employees have job-related illnesses; the miners themselves tell a different story. 

Voice | ‘We are all tired, but we shouldn’t give up’

Georgian doctor Nino Kvirtia talks about fighting both the coronavirus and the accompanying disinformation.

Voice | ‘We are all tired, but we shouldn’t give up’

Georgian doctor Nino Kvirtia talks about fighting both the coronavirus and the accompanying disinformation.

Georgia's sick left in agony as affordable medications disappear

One woman was forced to pawn her jewellery to afford life-saving medication for her mother.

Georgia's sick left in agony as affordable medications disappear

By Tamuna Chkareuli

One woman was forced to pawn her jewellery to afford life-saving medication for her mother.

Georgian gym-goers continue protests over COVID-19-related ban

With a large part of economy reopened after the nationwide state of emergency over COVID-19 outbreak, Georgian authorities keep fitness centres and pools closed. 

Georgian gym-goers continue protests over COVID-19-related ban

With a large part of economy reopened after the nationwide state of emergency over COVID-19 outbreak, Georgian authorities keep fitness centres and pools closed. 

Armenia closes border with Iran as South Caucasus braces for coronavirus 

Georgia has cancelled flights to and from Iran while Azerbaijan has increased precautions at the border, which remains open.  

Armenia closes border with Iran as South Caucasus braces for coronavirus 

Georgia has cancelled flights to and from Iran while Azerbaijan has increased precautions at the border, which remains open.  

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