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Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze has stated that Tbilisi City Hall is ready to support and assist nightclub businesses following the announcement of the Georgian government’s decision on December 22 that nightclubs will remain closed due to rising cases of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus in the country.
Kaladze said that this sector has been severely affected by the pandemic ‘as [the clubs] closed the earliest and have not been allowed to open so far.’
“We provided serious assistance to these people last year and now we are ready to meet them and promise maximum support and assistance to this business,” Kaladze said.
Tbilisi City Hall allocated two million GEL for about 500 artists in the electronic and club music industry in March of this year.