Abkhaz prime minister accused doctors of being "alarmists"
From the evening of August 1, Abkhazia opened entry and exit to Russia without any restrictions, even a certificate of absence of coronavirus is not required
Abkhaz MP tests positive for coronavirus, other MPs undergoing testing
The very low level of knowledge of those entering the university in Abkhazia caused an unusual decision to be made against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic - everyone who applied was admitted.
In a fight, policemen in the Gagra district of Abkhazia beat their superior officer and the deputy minister of internal affairs, causing an investigation and a wave of memes
The coronavirus pandemic has led Abkhazia to an economic crisis. But this could spur reforms that will reduce dependence on Russian funding
The Abkhaz authorities' decision not to let Russian tourists in until July 15 due to the coronavirus pandemic will bring many to the brink of survival
Abkhazia has not yet opened its borders to Russian tourists because of the coronavirus pandemic. A detailed plan for reopening has been developed for the tourism sector and will be put into effect starting July 15
The new head of the village of Labra in the Ochamchira district of Abkhazia was beaten by the villagers because of his for-profit marijuana business. The incident also has a political twist
Many in Abkhazia will not receive salaries in June and July, since there will be no budget revenues from tourism following a decision not to let tourists from Russia into the country
The Minister of Internal Affairs of Abkhazia Dmitry Dbar called the quantity of weapons in the population a disaster and suggests revising the legislation
Nevertheless, the borders will remain closed, due to the high risk of Russian tourists causing an outbreak of coronavirus in Abkhazia
The crossing point via the Ingur bridge was only open for a week so that those residents of Abkhazia who had received treatment in Georgian clinics could return home
For two months, residents of Abkhazia who went to the Georgian side to visit relatives or receive treatment, were not able to return home due to quarantine measures
Russian sites are already allowing people to book reservations for hotels in Abkhazia, but there is no guarantee that the country really will open to tourists on June 1
The rest have been sent into self-isolation, as they came into contact with a patient who subsequently tested positive for coronavirus.
he fishermen caught the Beluga accidentally while fishing for flounder – which is also forbidden in Abkhazia. The fisherman had their licenses revoked and paid a fine
In total, 209 are quarantined in Abkhazia, all of them returned home from Russia. Mostly they are cadets of military universities in Russia