covid 19

China: Fireworks ban in some cities lifted prior to Lunar New Year

China: Fireworks ban in some cities lifted prior to Lunar New Year

China: Following the widespread protests, the officials in various Chinese cities have lifted the bans imposed on fireworks prior to…

1 year ago

FDI index increased by 70% as comapred to pre-Covid period: PM Garibashvili

Tbilisi: Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili said at a government meeting stated that the total amount of Foreign Direct Investment(FDI)…

1 year ago

Georgia: Giorgi Khanishvili thanks US govt for organizing ‘Cold-Chain Management’ conference

Tbilisi: The First Deputy Minister of Environment and Agriculture, Giorgi Khanishvili, expressed his gratitude towards the government of the United…

1 year ago

Georgia: Finance Minister Khutsishvili discusses 2023 draft budget and other issues

Tbilisi: Lasha Khutsishvili, the Finance Minister of Georgia, in his speech, discussed the 2023 budget draft and touched on several.…

1 year ago

COVID-19 wave on the cards in Europe, warn experts

Europe: Public health experts have warned of the threats of a new COVID-19 wave as cold weather arrives. Over this,…

2 years ago

Europe: As COVID-19 pandemic ebbs, EU lifts mask requirement for air travel

Europe: The European Union will no longer require masks to be worn at airports and on aeroplanes from next week onwards…

2 years ago

Weekly COVID-19 Update: Georgia reports 754 new cases, 8 deaths

Georgia: The Health Ministry of Georgia said that the country has reported 745 new cases of COVID-19, with 19,984 recoveries and eight…

2 years ago

Georgia: COVID-19 update to be shared once a week says Health Ministry

Georgia: The Georgian Health Ministry announced that from now onwards, coronavirus statistics will be published once in a week only.

2 years ago

Daily COVID-19 Updates: Georgia reports 51 new cases, one death

Georgia: The Health Ministry of Georgia said that the country has reported 51 new cases of COVID-19, with 95 recoveries and one…

2 years ago