Goa Corona Guidelines: Preparations are being made to reopen the closed Goa in the midst of the second wave of Corona epidemic.
Goa Corona Guidelines: Preparations are being made to reopen the closed Goa in the midst of the second wave of Corona epidemic. Goa Tourism Minister Manohar Ajgaonkar said on Thursday that tourism should be opened in Goa after receiving both the doses of the vaccine. He said that only those tourists should be allowed who have taken both the doses of the vaccine. Ajgaonkar said, ‘My personal opinion is that once both doses of vaccination are completed, we should start inviting tourists who have taken both the vaccines.’ Also Read – Ivermectin Covid Drug: Center removes Ivermectin from Kovid drug list, Goa government upset
Goa was one of the last states in the western Indian belt to make cross-border tests mandatory for visiting tourists after the Bombay High Court directed the state authorities to take this step in view of the steep rise in COVID cases. . Also Read – Seeing this picture of Tara Sutaria, you will also fall in love, like when the sun’s ray falls
Earlier, the Goa government on Wednesday announced that it would organize ‘Tika Utsav 3.0’ in the state to vaccinate the maximum population in the age group of 18-44. Chief Minister Pramod Sawant told reporters after chairing the state cabinet meeting, “Through Tika Utsav 3.0, we will be able to vaccinate all people in the age group of 18-44 in the state. We have seen a good response to the Tika Utsavs organized in the past. The state government has earlier organized two ‘Tika Utsav’ involving all panchayats and city councils. Also Read – Lockdown Unlock Update: Many states including Kerala, Goa, Puducherry have announced to increase the lockdown and restrictions, know the condition of your state …
Sawant said the opposition parties were criticizing Tika Utsav “unnecessarily” even though these festivals were getting a good response from the public. The chief minister dismissed reports that the state government had procured ‘ivermectin’ pills worth Rs 22 crore, which would now have to be discarded. The Union Health Ministry has now suspended the use of ‘Ivermectin’ for the treatment of Kovid-19.