COVID: 2-week lockdown in Goa begins

Video Credit: ANI
Published on May 9, 2021 - Duration: 01:16s

COVID: 2-week lockdown in Goa begins

In view of the rapid surge in COVID-19 infection, Goa government had announced a two-week curfew in the state from May 9 till May 23.

Essential services have been exempted, grocery shops are allowed to remain open from 7am-1pm and for restaurant only takeaway orders are allowed from 7am- 7pm.

RT-PCR negative test report or vaccination (both doses) certificate has been made mandatory for tourists visiting Goa.


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