On February 1 regular flights resumed

On February 1, border-crossing procedures will be eased for air passengers, both Georgian and foreign citizens.

The new border-crossing procedures for air passengers offer Georgian citizens two options: 1) enter the country with negative PCR test results and self-isolate for 8 days, or 2) take another PCR test, at their own expense, on the 3rd day, in which case they will be exempt from the obligation to continue self-isolating.

Georgian citizens entering the country as air passengers without negative PCR test results, will have to self-isolate for 8 days, instead of 12 days.

As for foreign citizens with document proof of any type of vaccination, which means two full doses, they will be granted unconditional entry into Georgia.

Mandatory self-isolation no longer applies to unvaccinated citizens and residents of the EU, Israel, Switzerland, Norway, the US, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the UAE, and Bahrain who, upon entry into Georgia, including those passing through the country, must produce negative PCR test results taken within 72 hours of travel and, 3 days after entering Georgia, take another PCR test at their own expense.

In light of epidemiological risks, the presently applicable land border-crossing producers will not change for now.