The Land Transport Agency of Georgia has suspended freight transportation to Italy and Iran amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The Agency has also cancelled the validity of the permits, which have already been issued.
Georgia, which suspended flights with Iran in early February, also imposed restrictions for road travel with the country after the coronavirus in this country was confirmed.
There are two confirmed cases of coronavirus in Georgia for now.
The head of the National Disease Control Centre Amiran Gamkrelidze said that as of now, 29 patients remained at the Tbilisi Infectious Disease Hospital with samples taken from 24 of them. These individuals traveled to countries, which were experiencing the outbreak of the respiratory infection. (Trend/Business World Magazine)