To prevent another coronavirus wave in the state, Goa State Government has issued an advisory asking people to follow the mask mandatory in public places.

Goa has suffered tremendous losses where the economy is concerned ever since the pandemic hit the whole world in 2020 with tourism, one of the major contributors to Goa's economy, taking a zero . Goa is slowly opening its doors to tourists like the rest of the country.

After being normalising many domestic and international travelers have started coming to Goa. It is imperative to take necessary precautions to prevent another catastrophic coronavirus pandemic wave.

After the third wave, as the COVID-19 situation eased slightly in the country, the mask mandate was lifted along with all travel restrictions in and around the state. Now, the current situation points to another possible wave of COVID-19, and the state government is advising locals and all tourists to continue wearing masks in public places.

Beaches like Baga and Calangute in North Goa are known for huge crowds. Similarly, in South Goa, beaches like Agonda and Palolem are known to attract large crowds of tourists. Perhaps, it is best to stay away from these crowd pullers for the time being. 

Alternatively, for a quiet picnic, Ashwam beach, Some may turn to less crowded options like Cavelossim for beach fun, a visit to the Goan spice village in Ponda, exploring the quieter road of Fontainhas, and a visit to the Aguada Fort to the north.


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