After Covid-19 reached a small village in Kartli, birds occupied empty schoolyards and only supply trucks traveled the roads. Wall clocks ticked louder. People began to remember what they saw in their dreams at night. The river sparkled more brightly through the village, half-forgotten letters were found. And leaves blossomed on trees planted by people long gone. Doubts, fears and reassurances spilled from the TV news exactly five times a day during the week of Easter. The village had an important decision to make.