Is traveling to Georgia possible during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Georgia is one of the safest countries (rank 8 in the world) which is safe to visit during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please read about the regulations and recommendations on the website of Why Me Tbilisi.
Is Georgia a safe country to visit?
Yes, Georgia is a very safe country. There is a lot of police on the streets and there is hardly any criminality. Read more on the health and safety page of Why Me Tbilisi.
Do I need a visa?
No, there is no visa requirement for a passport holder of the E.U. Read the up to date information on the Georgian Visa page of Why Me Tbilisi.
Are vaccinations mandatory in Georgia?
Vaccinations are not mandatory for visiting the country Georgia.
Regardless of your length of stay, the following vaccinations for Georgia are recommended by us:
MMR vaccine, two doses recommended for all travelers born after 1956, if not previously given.
Hepatitis A, recommended for all travelers
Vaccination against tetanus-diphtheria is recommended for all travelers who have not had immunization within the last 10 years
Typhoid vaccination is recommended for all travelers with a travel time of two weeks or longer, who may eat or drink outside major restaurants and hotels.
Rabies vaccination is recommended for travelers spending a lot of time outdoors, or at high risk for animal bites, or involved in any activities that might bring them into direct contact with bats.
What is the goal healtcareingeorgia.com?
Our goal is to make people aware of the possibilities that phage therapy has to offer. We work independently. Why Me Tbilisi offers you the possibility of a fully organized care trip with Georgia as destination and we are the link between you and Georgia's specialized healthcare. We specialize in phage therapy travel solutions.
Is treatment in Georgia expensive?
No, thanks to low labor costs, high-quality care is available at low costs.
Are the bacteriophages and / or treatments reimbursed by my health insurance?
Because they are not yet authorized as a medicine, treatments with bacteriophages are not reimbursed.