Georgia Coronavirus - Travel Advice
Last updated: June 15, 2022
Georgia and Coronavirus
From May 2 the obligation to wear a face mask is maintained only in the medical institutions and on public transport.
Georgia Covid-19 Entry Requirements
Citizens of any foreign countries, traveling to Georgia via any route are no longer obliged to present either a Covid-vaccination certificate or PCR-examination negative result report from June 15, 2022.
Tbilisi and Kutaisi International Airports receive regular flights from Europe, Istanbul, Dubai, Tel Aviv, Amman, and Central Asian capitals. Land borders are open, and the Georgian Railway has resumed the daily Tbilisi-Yerevan-Tbilisi train to Armenia. The Tbilisi-Baku-Tbilisi route with Azerbaijan Railways will be reinstated as soon as Azerbaijan’s land border is reopened.
Georgia Quarantine Rules
Anyone who comes in contact with a COVID-infected person in Georgia can call the emergency response center (112) to receive necessary instructions on required self-isolation or testing procedures.
Please keep in mind that the current Georgia covid-19 travel restrictions are subject to change, and therefore we recommend that you double-check the details and latest Georgia travel advice before planning your trip.