Georgia has been praised by global health leaders, as well as the International media, for its efforts in successfully containing the spread of the novel coronavirus - CoVID-19. Eleven weeks after the first confirmed case, there are currently less than 720 confirmed cases and 12 fatalities. in recent days, recovered cases have exceeded new infections which means that the number of active cases is declining.
The proactive efforts of the Georgian government institutions, as well as the heroic commitment shown by the country’s healthcare workers, have been essential in containing the spread of the disease.
On the 7th of May, 2020, the government of Georgia introduced its anti-crisis plan, which includes resuming domestic tourism from June 15th and restarting international tourism from July 1st.
Without careful safety measures, COVID-19 can reemerge. For this reason, private and public sectors in Georgia are working tirelessly with WHO and UNWTO to develop necessary guidelines for the safe resumption of domestic and international tourism.
The hospitality sector, as well as the Georgian state institutions, have already gained a wealth of practical experience in managing the COVID-19 pandemic through public-private partnerships and coordinated efforts.
Adjara Group is among the country's hospitality companies that have been actively involved in managing the quarantine zones for returning citizens, who have to undergo a 14-day mandatory isolation period. Hotels are operating in adherence to strict safety regulations and recommendations from the Georgian government and the WHO.
This experience has prepared the country to redefine the hospitality industry and respond to new standards necessary for a safe resumption of tourism both domestic and international.
For Adjara Group the safety and well-being of guests and employees are of the highest importance. Therefore the company is working actively on implementing new technologies, cleaning standards, and operations practices to counter the spread of the virus for when it reopens its establishments.
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