Casinos and shops can open from 7 pm to 7 am, while cinema halls, schools, colleges, weekly markets will remain closed.
Goa Curfew Extended: Curfew has been extended till July 19 with some more relaxations in Goa. The state government gave this information on Sunday. According to this, cinema halls, schools, colleges will remain closed. The state government has issued a new order saying that the statewide curfew in Goa has been extended till 7 am on July 19, 2021.Also Read – Delhi Unlock: Gathering allowed in auditoriums, assembly halls of schools and educational training institutes in Delhi
However, some more relaxations have been given during this period. The order states that gyms with 50% capacity, sports complexes without spectators, religious places with 15 people will be allowed to open. District Magistrate North Goa has issued a list of prohibited activities in the district from 7 am on 12 July to 7 am on 19 July. It has been said that casinos and shops, cinema halls, schools, colleges, weekly markets open from 7 pm to 7 am will remain closed. Also Read – Samajwadi Party leader Abu Azmi summoned by Goa NCB today
Let us inform that the current phase of state-level curfew in Goa was to end on July 12. Chief Minister Pramod Sawant had on July 2 allowed the reopening of outdoor sports complexes along with restaurants and bars, while extending the curfew. Curfew was imposed for the first time on May 9 at the state level in view of the increase in Kovid infection and deaths in the state. Later the curfew was extended on six occasions from time to time since its implementation. Also Read – Goa Curfew Extended: With relaxation in Goa, Kovid-19 curfew extended till July 12, permission given here
Let us inform that 155 new cases of Kovid-19 have been reported in Goa, after which the total number of infected people increased to 1,68,585 on Saturday. At the same time, after the death of seven more people, the death toll increased to 3,095.
An official gave this information. He told that 183 patients have been discharged from the hospital during this period, after which the number of people who have recovered has increased to 1,63,530. Now 1,960 patients are being treated here. A total of 9,66,989 samples have been tested so far in the state, the official said.