• Georgia may get looser Covid rules because locals have ‘special genetics' - health chief

    11 days ago - By RT

    The former Soviet Republic of Georgia and its population are so special and unique that citizens will likely not be subject to strict rules on their Covid passes if they have recovered from the virus, its health minister has said.
    Speaking on Thursday, Ekaterine Tikaradze, remarked that “there is no country as special as Georgia in the world - we are unique, and based on that, we will have two green passes.” One of these, she said, will last “indefinitely” for use domestically.
    According to the minister, Georgians, unlike citizens of other European countries, can receive a “green passport”...
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