Covid-19 Travel Restrictions in Georgia
On the 8th day of the quarantine, Georgia imposes an 8-day quarantine upon arrival with a PCR test on travelers qualified to enter the country.
The entry of all travelers who not Georgian nationals or residents or immediate family members are having been prohibited in Georgia. Admission is also permitted to nationals and citizens of Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, and Sweden.
The restrictions on most international commercial flights to Georgia were extended until at least 31 October, with exceptions in place for flights originating from Estonia, France, Germany, Latvia, and Lithuania. Estonian, French, German, Latvian, and Lithuanian nationals and residents are also permitted to enter Georgia if they come from their country.
Air staff, humanitarian relief workers, diplomats and their families, refugee status travelers in Georgia, and stateless status travelers are still permitted to enter the country.
Before leaving for Georgia, residence permit holders need to receive an OK TO BOARD.
By submitting an online application form, some business travelers and those who want to work remotely from Georgia can apply for special permission to enter Georgia.
All visiting travelers should fill in an application online at https 48 hours until arrival: https:/registration.gov.ge/pub/form/7 protocol for arrivals in georgia/kcjcpx/.
All travelers eligible to enter Georgia are subject to an 8-day quarantine upon arrival beginning on September 15 and must take a PCR test on the 8th day of quarantine. They will be able to leave the quarantine if the result is negative but will have to undergo another PCR test on the 12th day. Travelers on business trips would have the option of taking a PCR test instead of a quarantine every 72 hours. The quarantine and research would be at their own cost.