Georgian Border Crossing Regulations in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic
07 December 2020
Attention! A number of rules and conditions for entering Georgia from abroad have changed

From December 2, 2020

Citizens of Georgia (+ their family members) in case of entering the territory of Georgia from any border:

1) If they are a negative PCR test done in the last 72 hours, they go through self-isolation for 8 days;

2) If they do not present a negative PCR test done in the last 72 hours, they are transferred to self-isolation for 12 days.

For Georgian citizens at the border, a customs epidemiologist fills out Form N9, which will indicate the address of self-isolation and personal data.

Citizens of foreign countries have no right to enter Georgia, except
Citizens and / or permanent residents of the following 18 European countries:

1) The so-called Citizens of 5 countries of exchange - Germany, France, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia - enter only by air, if they fly from or through these 5 countries. If a negative PCR test is presented at the border, they cross the border freely and move smoothly. If they do not have a negative PCR test document, they have the opportunity to take the test at their own expense at Tbilisi Airport, cross the border, arrive at a booked hotel and wait for a response. After a negative response they move freely.

If they do not fly through these 5 countries and enter by air from other countries, then:
1) go into self-isolation when submitting a negative PCR test;
2) If you do not have a negative PCR test go to quarantine.

Before departure, passengers from the mentioned 5 countries fill in a special information form on the StopCov.ge portal.

2) Citizens of the other 13 European countries and / or persons with permanent residence (Spain, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Portugal, Poland, Greece, Romania, Croatia, Sweden, Cyprus, Italy, Iceland, Slovenia) enter Georgia only by air.
If the border is a negative result of the PCR test done in the last 72 hours, they go to self-isolation. If they do not have a document for a negative PCR test and do not have the opportunity to take the test at Tbilisi Airport at their own expense, they will be placed in quarantine.

Business applicants remain subject to same rules.
For more information please visit the website of Georgia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs: https://mfa.gov.ge/MainNav/CoVID-19-sakitkhebi/sazgvris-kvetis-regulaciebi.aspx .
Georgian Border Crossing Regulations in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic

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