Fully vaccinated citizens and residents of Qatar can get a taste of Europe’s most beautiful sights by visiting Georgia without the need to quarantine or show a negative PCR test, a Georgian official highlighted.
“Qatari citizens and residents who have completed the Covid-19 vaccination (both doses) do not require any quarantine for travelling to Georgia,” Ambassador of Georgia to Qatar, Nikoloz Revazishvili, told local news The Peninsula.
“Many people have been vaccinated fully which means they will be able to travel safely,” said the ambassador.
Those wishing to visit the country and hold a valid Qatari ID can get a visa on arrival, the official added. Meanwhile, vaccinated parents traveling with their kids are only required to show a negative PCR test for their accompanying children.
“Quarantine-free travel from Qatar to Georgia is in place for vaccinated citizens and expatriates. Visa is also not required. If you have a vaccination certificate which indicates that you received two shots of vaccine then it will be a quarantine-free destination for you,” said the ambassador.
Before the pandemic started, Qatar Airways hosted three daily flights between Qatar-Georgia. However, this has been decreased to one daily flight operating between both countries, though more are expected to fly soon.
“We are working with Qatar Airways to fly to another Georgian city, Batumi which is a very popular tourist destination,” said the ambassador.
“After the pandemic we need to return to normal life, easing travel restrictions. Thanks to the Qatari government for running a perfect vaccination program.”