Georgia shuts down all flights to/from the country starting from 21 March 2020, with the exception of flights operated by the Georgian Airlines
Starting from 21 March 2020, Georgia will shut down all flights to/from Georgia, with the exception of flights operated by the Georgian Airlines, in coordination with the Government of Georgia. This decision was taken by the Prime Minister-led Inter-Agency Coordination Council set up to deal with Coronavirus outbreak.
All citizens of Georgia, as well as individuals to whom exceptions to the entry of foreign nationals apply, will be put in quarantine, immediately upon crossing the Georgian border, regardless of the country of origin, and they will be subject to decisions taken in compliance with the applicable procedures.
Additional quarantine areas will be arranged in the vicinity of land border checkpoints to ensure that the situation is managed more effectively.