Starting February 1 Citizens of all foreign countries who are vaccinated will be able to enter Georgia. As for foreign visitors who are not vaccinated, citizens and residents of the European Union Member States, State of Israel, Republic of Turkey, Swiss Confederation, Kingdom of Norway, United States of America, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, State of Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Kingdom of Bahrein, Republic of Armenia, Republic of Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Republic of Kazakhstan, Russian Federation, Republic of Belarus, Republic of Uzbekistan, Republic of Tajikistan, Republic of Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan if they have had a negative PCR test result within the past 72 hours.
Also, on the third day after coming to Georgia they are obliged to do another PCR test. The self-isolation will not be mandatory for them any more if they are still negative.
International flights will resume in Georgia starting February 1 and all airline companies that have already operated or plan to enter the country's aviation market in the future will be able to operate regular flights.