The Goa government announced that they are planning to reopen the state for tourism with some Covid-19 protocals.

Goa Ports Minister Michael Lobo on June 24 informed about the steps taken by the Goa government to reopen tourism in the state.

Lobo said that both the doses of vaccines and negative RT-PCR reports are mandatory for tourists for the first three months after tourism resumes in Goa.

Lobo in his statement said that, "We have to wait till July and let the number of cases go to zero. We will reopen Goa for tourists with proper screening. Both doses of vaccines and negative RT-PCR report will be made mandatory for tourists for the first three months after reopening of tourism in the state. The high court had said that RT-PCR reports are compulsory for people who want to visit Goa,"

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

Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said, "“We can think of restarting it only after the first dose of vaccine has been administered to everyone, which means only after 30th July."

CM Sawant further said that the third wave of covid-19 is being talked about, we can take a decision accordingly. "At present, we cannot predict,"


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