Tengiz Tsertsvadze, Director of the Tbilisi Hospital of Infectious Illnesses mentioned that in parallel with rules lifting, security rules ought to stand and their management should be stricter to keep away from the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Pattern reviews citing 1tv.ge.
Based on Tengiz Tsertsvadze, Covid-19 each day circumstances are hitting data each in america and Europe. The epidemiological scenario stabilized in Georgia and the principle function is to scale back new circumstances to the minimal earlier than February.
Tsertsvaze mentioned that sustaining rules can be ideally suited to evade the third wave of the virus unfold. Nonetheless, the nation wouldn’t be capable of stand up to the extended restrictions.
“Laws must be tightened in parallel with lifting of restrictions that aren’t robust sufficient now. The restrictions must be very robust. That is the way in which keep away from or scale back the third wave,” mentioned Tengiz Tsertsvadze.
The Director of Tbilisi Hospital of Infectious Illnesses additionally commented about COVID-19 vaccines. He mentioned that Pfizer vaccine would enter Georgia in about one month however in small portions. Medical personnel and threat teams can be vaccinated with Pfizer.
Tengiz Tsersvadze additional knowledgeable that the principle a part of the vaccines can be imported to Georgia in March. It was not but decided which vaccine it might be, however choice would go to AstraZeneca.
“AstraZeneca vaccine doesn’t require storing at -80 levels. It may be stored on the temperature of +2,+8. This vaccine is perfect and ideally suited for Georgia,” Tengiz Tsertsvadze claimed.