After a challenging 2020 and early 2021 for the tourism sector, various positive developments, such as the alleviation of restrictions, were seen in the tourism sector in Georgia in the second quarter of 2021. As of July 2021, there are no restrictions of movement in place within Georgia, and both land and air borders are open for eligible visitors. Below is a timeline of the relaxing of various COVID-19 measures in the second quarter of 2021:
- Since May 17, the curfew was moved from 21:00 to 23:00.
- Since May 22, restaurants have been allowed to operate on weekends in open spaces.
- Since June 1, restaurants have been allowed to operate on weekends in both open and closed spaces.
- Since June 1, land borders have been reopened.
- On June 14, tourism information centers around the country re-opened.
- On June 16, mandatory PCR testing for visitors aged less than 10 was eliminated.
- Since July 1, the curfew (23:00 – 04:00) was removed.