Based on the decision of the Interagency Coordination Council led by the Prime Minister, from July 9, 2020, citizens and permanent residence permit holders of 18 EU countries: Germany, France, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Spain, Luxemburg, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Italy, Slovenia, Netherlands, Portugal, Greece, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland are allowed to enter Georgia.
🔺Georgia’s borders are unconditionally open for the following 5 states: Germany, France, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. The citizens and holders of permanent residence permit of these 5 countries have the opportunity to enter Georgia without quarantine or PCR testing requirements only in case of direct flight from or transit through mentioned five countries (e.g. Tallinn-Riga-Tbilisi) for any type of visit. Travelling to Georgia through other routes (e.g. Tallinn-Amsterdam-Tbilisi, Tallinn-Vienna-Tbilisi, through Turkey and etc) requires 12 days quarantine and PCR testing (expenses are covered by the travelers themselves).
🔺In order to enter Georgian territory unconditionally, without 12 days quarantine and PCR testing, foreign citizens living in mentioned 5 states, must present the passport or residence permit card/ID Document indicating permanent residency, upon arrival to Georgia,.
🔺Prior to crossing the physical border, travelers are asked to fill out a pre-formulated special electronic form, where they must provide information regarding their travel history over the last fortnight before, along with the address of stay in Georgia, contact information, etc. The appropriate online registration forms that must be filled out and submitted prior to the visit (preferably to be filled three-four days prior, or the latest a day before the flight) are available at the following link: https://bit.ly/322Im6l
🔺If foreign citizen/permanent residence permit holders of the countries to which Georgia opened its border unconditionally, have traveled to other countries besides Germany, France, Lithuania, Latvia or Estonia during the last 14 days, they will be subject to 12 days quarantine and PCR testing (expenses are covered by the travelers themselves).
🔺All the foreigners travelling from above mentioned 5 countries are subjected to thermo-screening. If any inbound individual fails to pass the thermo-screening (registering a temperature of 37°C or higher), they will be subjected to a PCR test directly at the airport. If novel corona virus is confirmed, the person must be transported to quarantine area (expenses are covered by the travelers themselves).
🔺The Citizens and permanent residents of those 13 countries (Spain, Luxemburg, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Italy, Slovenia, Netherlands, Portugal, Greece, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland) that have placed Georgia in the ‘green’ list and to whom Georgia opened its border under conditions, are subject to the following regulations:
• They have the opportunity to travel to Georgia for any type of visit;
• While entering Georgian territory they are required 12 days quarantine and PCR testing (expenses must be covered by themselves);
• There is no mandatory requirement to present PCR test certificate at the Border control of Georgia while travelling to Georgia.