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Georgia Declares May 4-11 As Additional Public Holidays

Source: The Administration of the President of Georgia (Tbilisi)
Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2021
Most recent follow-up news item: December 22, 2021


An interagency commission led by Georgian Prime Minister, Irakli Garibashvili, has declared the period of May 4-11, 2021, inclusively, as additional non-working public holidays to curb the possible spread of Covid-19.

Recall that May 1-3, 2021 are already public holidays, due to Orthodox Easter, and that May 12, 2021, is also an annual public holiday in observance of the Saint Andrew the First Called Day public holiday.

The combined effect of the above is that there will be a continuous period of public holidays in Georgia, from May 1-12, 2021, inclusively.



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