From July 1, 2020, Georgia is opening its borders for tourists, becoming one of the first countries in the world to open to tourism after the coronavirus pandemic. This was announced today at a government meeting by the Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Gaharia.
In order to prevent spread of coronavirus pandemic, driving is prohibited from April 17, till April 21.04 in Georgia.
This decision made by Georgia government, to keep people indoors during Orthodox Easter.
And thus, circulation of the memes begun on Facebook. For example, this donkey is available for a daily rent.
Because of coronavirus pandemic, people avoid public transportation. This is Marjanishvili Square subway station.
The Georgian government has announced a temporary, two-week closure of its borders for all foreign citizens, with exceptions, to avoid the further spread of the Covid-19 virus. The ban will come into effect starting March 18, at 00:00. The government says that Georgian citizens [and their family members] who want to come back to the country will be able to use the flights of Georgian Airways or Turkish Airlines.
A citizen of Georgia got infected in Iran. In the video, an Iranian citizen, who was in the immediate vicinity of the infected Georgian claimed that he was released from the hospital.
A bunch of companies coming together to share workspaces within their offices, free of charge, to encourage digital nomadism in Georgia.
Georgians are hosts at heart. That is why such a crazy project idea was even born locally.
It is almost unbelievable that so many companies across the country came together to open their office doors for free to guests around the globe. And this is done in order to put Georgia on the global map of digital nomadism and turn the country into a digital nomad hub.
Apart from hospitality, Georgia has everything that digital nomads are looking for. This is one of the reasons why the crazy idea that was born has actually taken shape.
Founded in 2019, workfromgeorgia is the first ever virtual co-working platform that offers actual workspaces at companies in Georgia to digital nomads for free.
workfromgeorgia is all about creating more authentic and comfortable travel experience, connecting people from around the world, and encouraging new friendships that transcend national borders.
The platform allows digital nomads to not only travel as tourists, but also immerse themselves in the every-day life of Georgians, to not only visit, but stay and explore. Guests can expect comfortable workspaces during daytime and fun parties after hours. workfromgeorgia gives companies a chance to do what Georgians pride themselves on the most: practice true Georgian hospitality.
Batumi Sanitary Service employees took nine cows into custody. The cows were accused of roaming around carelessly on a boulevard. Their owner has to pay a fine of 20 to 50 GEL (around $20) for the detained animals.