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How To Travel To Georgia During The Pandemic

Hi everyone, welcome to this (How To Travel To Georgia During The Pandemic) blog post where I talk about some of the best ways to travel to Georgia during this Coronavirus Pandemic.

How to travel to Georgia during the pandemic, I’m going to answer this question in this blog posts. Make sure to read this article to the end, because it’s going to contain a lot of helpful information regarding this topic. I’m Steven Grrat and this is a new episode from Zen Tripstar. Recently, with the spread of coronavirus all over the world and in Georgia, the Georgian government has announced a lot of restrictions that you should follow if you want to visit Georgia. Now, during a pandemic as of today, and the date of writing this article, Georgia has regular flights from five countries. So these countries are France, Germany, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. The first question I should ask you that, are you a European citizen? Are you a citizen of one of the European Union countries or a residence permit holder of any of the European Union countries? If your answer to this question is yes, then you are all set to travel to Georgia. You can come and visit Georgia from any of the airports in these five countries. All of what you need to know and what you need to do.

Now, let’s dive deep into How To Travel To Georgia During The Pandemic. You need to get travel insurance that is valid for at least six months. Also, note that, before you will be allowed to come to Georgia, you would be subject to 8 days of quarantine and this will take place when you arrive at Batumi airport. There is a laboratory in the airport where you will be obligated to do a PCR test, it will also be at your own expense. After that, you will be taken to the hotel where you have to spend eight days of the mandatory quarantine before leaving the hotel. And after seven days of being quarantined in this hotel, you will have to do another PCR test to make sure that you don’t have coronavirus. You are not infected. The cost of the eight days quarantine in addition to the two PCR tests you are going to do and the travel insurance will be paid by you. It might cost you around 500 dollars maximum. After that, you can just leave the hotel and start your fun journey in Georgia, whether you are coming for business purposes or just for traveling and exploring, this rich culture with very nice landscapes, amazing views all over the country, especially in the Caucasus Mountains.

It’s important to mention that your travel insurance should cover covid-19. This is in the case of a European Union citizen or a residence permit holder of any of the European Union states. What if you are from the United State? What if you are from Canada? What if you are from Japan? And what if you are from any other country? How can you visit Georgia? This is the question that we are going to answer in the next few blog posts.

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How To Travel To Georgia During The Pandemic

If you are not from any of the European Union states and if you are not a residence permit holder of any of these states, I will tell you how to come to Georgia now. And I will explain more about the programs that the Georgian government released recently under the title of Work from Georgia. I’m going to tell you how to get a remote work visa, freelancer visa, and entrepreneur visa.

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If you have anything in mind, make sure to comment below. I will make sure to answer every single comment and I will try to help you… Before I go, If you have any business inquiries, if you want to start or establish a business in Georgia, make sure to do these things. First, make sure to read most of our posts. You will find a lot of helpful, detailed content about my Georgia experience.

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