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Restrictions imposed to stop the spread of Covid-19 in Georgia have led to a significant slowdown in economic activity. Stopped hotels, restaurants, retail stores, disrupted air and rail traffic, empty museums, casinos, and sports fields have become the cause of lots of lost jobs and reduced incomes. The pandemic aggravated the problems of the Georgian labor market. The number of unemployed has increased, the income of the population has decreased, and the standard of living has fallen. The aimdoi:10.51582/interconf.19-20.04.2022.003 fatcat:5vt6u3n7gbemjcycuzue4qc2ky