- Lockdown has been imposed in the state from Thursday night to Monday morning amid increasing infection of Corona virus in Goa.
- Giving this information on Wednesday, Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said that during this period, essential services and industries will remain open.
- Referring to the growing cases of Kovid in the state, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant requested not to panic.
The lockdown has been imposed in the state from Thursday night to Monday morning amid the rising infection of the corona virus in Goa. Giving this information on Wednesday, Goa Chief Minister
The Chief Minister said, “The lockout will be lifted on Monday.” Sawant has also urged tourists not to travel within the state during lockdown. Tourism activities in the state will be stopped in these four days. Sawant said, ‘Tourists stay where they are. They cannot travel during lockdown. The tourism activity will be closed for four days. The casino will also be closed. ‘
Appeal to migrant workers not to flee
The chief minister has not urged the migrant workers to leave the state, assuring them that the lockdown will be lifted on Monday. A lockdown has been put in place to break the Kovid-19 chain. The Chief Minister said, the district administration will issue a formal notification in this regard on Wednesday.
These services will be open
The Chief Minister said, ‘Essential services and industries like grocery stores, drug stores, hotels and restaurants, kitchens will remain open. Public transport will be halted. In Goa, more than 30 people are dying every day due to Kovid. There are currently 16,591 active cases in the state, while 1,086 persons have died due to the outbreak of the epidemic.