Chief Minister of Goa Pramod Sawant announced the extention of covid-19 lockdown in the state with some further relaxations till June 21. Curfew will now remain in Goa till 7 am on 21st June.

Pramod Sawant in a tweet said, "The Government has decided to extend the State Level Curfew till 7 AM, 21 June 2021. Shops, including in Panchayat and Municipal markets, may open between 7 am to 3 PM. Marriage function up to 50 persons have been permitted with the permission,"

Goa Tourism Minister Manohar Ajgaonkar suggested that tourism activities should resume only after the entire population of the coastal state is fully vaccinated against covid-19. 

The Goa government has allowed hotels, restaurants and other tourism-related activities to remain closed due to the curfew, which has been in force in the state since May 9, when covid-19 cases started peaking.

Goa reported 472 new cases of coronavirus on yesterday, taking the caseload to 1,62,048. With the death of 15 patients in the day, the death toll in the state reached 2,914 till June 12, 2021.


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