Regulations for Crossing the Georgian Border in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic

A number of rules and conditions for entering Georgia from abroad have changed

As of December 2, 2020
 
Citizens of Georgia (+ their family members) entering the territory of Georgia via any border:
 
1) with a negative PCR test not more than 72 hours old, will need to self-isolate for 8 days; 
  
2) without a negative PCR test not more than 72 hours old, will need to self-isolate for 12 days.
 
For Georgian citizens, customs border epidemiologist will complete Form N9 indicating the address of self-isolation facility and personal information.
 
Georgia has suspended entry into the country for foreign citizens, except for citizens and/or permanent residents of the following 18 countries of Europe:
 
1) Citizens of 5 countries (based on reciprocity) - Germany, France, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia - can enter Georgia exclusively by air, from or via these 5 countries. If they arrive with a negative PCR test, they can freely cross the border, without the need to self-isolate. If they cannot present a negative PCR test, on arrival, they can undergo a PCR test at the airport, at their own expense, then cross the border and wait for their test result in a hotel room specifically booked for them. If the test proves negative they are free to move. 
 
If they do not depart from or transit through these 5 countries to arrive in Georgia:
1) they will need to self-isolate upon presenting a negative PCR test;
2) they will be subject to quarantine if they arrive without a negative PCR test.
 
Before departure, travelers from the aforesaid 5 countries will fill in a special form available at StopCov.ge portal.
 
2) Citizens and/or permanent residents of the remaining 13 countries of Europe (Spain, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Portugal, Poland, Greece, Romania, Croatia, Sweden, Cyprus, Italy, Iceland, Slovenia) enter Georgia exclusively by air. If they arrive with a negative PCR test not more than 72 hours old, they will need to self-isolate. If they arrive without a negative PCR test and cannot undergo a PCR test at the airport, at their own expense, they will be placed in quarantine. 
 
Business applicants remain subject to the same rules.