Tbilisi Mayor says there will be people in Tbilisi public transport, who will tell passengers how to sit

According to Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze, there will be people in Tbilisi public transport, who will tell passengers how to sit to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

As Kakha Kaladze said on PalitraNews, the current epidemiological situation is being monitored and the City Hall will make a decision on the resumption of the operation of public transport, when the relevant persons issue a recommendation.

According to Kaladze, we may have to live together with coronavirus, observe distance and obey relevant recommendations until the creation of the vaccine.

"As for the launch of public transport, we will make this decision when relevant instructions are made by specialists. Of course, a lot will depend on people, citizens. There will be people in public transport, who will tell passengers how to sit and how to stand, but the wisdom and vigilance of our citizens will be very important,"- said Kaladze.

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