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Author Topic: Starting and Running a Business in the Republic of Georgia, Batumi  (Read 30895 times)

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Re: Starting and Running a Business in the Republic of Georgia, Batumi
« Reply #425 on: December 07, 2020, 02:13:37 AM »

I don't think a lot of governments are honest with the numbers. Reporting bad numbers is political suicide so why do it.


The Georgian English language website used to mention the ages and health conditions of the those that died. They stopped doing that several months ago. Now they are doing much much more testing and finding thousands of new cases every day. In most of the new cases the people barely feel it.

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Re: Starting and Running a Business in the Republic of Georgia, Batumi
« Reply #426 on: December 07, 2020, 02:51:26 AM »
Maxx,

Many people infected are indeed symptomatic..but for those that are not and particularly those recovering in hospital, even much younger folk, catching it can be deadly.

Some folks just do not want to understand..

No govt wants to implement deeply unpopular policies..this is about ensuring the health system can cope.




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Re: Starting and Running a Business in the Republic of Georgia, Batumi
« Reply #427 on: December 30, 2020, 09:17:46 AM »
Maxx

Last week hospitals in Tbilisi were at full stretch and folks on trolleys or waiting in Ambulances for houre to be seen .

THAT is why what you deem 'unfair' is happening.

The govt is trying to stop COVID-19  rendering the  health service unable to cope..

Did you see that for yourself or has this just been reported by the "quality" media outlets?
I know of places where this hysteria is a non-event. It does not justify to kill the small businesses for some flu.

Now they run the train with the more tests the more cases you have due to false positive.

It becomes all so predictable and easy to understand once you follow several countries all doing the same. Maybe soon they run the new mutation stories there as well.

I hope Max you will be ok with your restaurant. I wish you best of luck.
Sadly Georgia is playing most probably what the eu is demanding, which sadly eliminates this as a valid option for living.
« Last Edit: December 30, 2020, 09:21:25 AM by goldenstone »

 

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