"Restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic in Georgia will remain in force until February 1," the Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Natia Turnava said at a briefing.
According to Report's local bureau, until then, meetings will be held to restore the business sector and transport in a safe environment.
The health sector's joint efforts and the government have stabilized the epidemiological situation in the country.
Restrictions in the neighboring country have been in force since November 28 last year. It was expected that from January 16, Georgia would restore urban and long-distance traffic, trade facilities, open and closed markets.