From February 1st, the border crossing mode will be eased for both Georgian and foreign citizens traveling by air to Georgia. Georgian citizen will have the chance to enter the country with a negative PCR test and undergo a 8-day self-isolation or to conduct on the 3rd day another PCR test at their own expense. For those citizens of Georgia who do not have a negative PCR test when entering the air border, the current 12-day self-isolation period is reduced to 8 days. Citizens of foreign countries will be able to enter Georgia unconditionally if they complete a full course of any type of vaccine, which means two full doses, if they present a document at the border. The obligation of self-isolation is abolished for non-vaccinated visitors who are citizens or residents of the European Union, Israel, Switzerland, the United States, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. Residents of above mentioned countries must submit a negative PCR Test when entering the country and on the 3rd day after arrival at their own expense.