Fines, which were applied for violations of quarantine rules, but not paid, have been pardoned in Georgia, said Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili at the briefing, APA's bureau in Georgia reports.
According to him, persons, on whom fines were applied due to violation of self-isolation and quarantine rules, not wearing a medical mask, will be free from payment on the basis of two draft laws submitted to the parliament.
I. Garibashvili noted that 245,000 citizens, as well as 344 legal entities, will benefit from it.
Total amount of pardoned fines is noted to make up 76 mln. laris (AZN 41 mln.).