COVID: Corona Curfew Imposed In Goa From May 9- May 23
Panaji: In order to curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus, the Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has imposed Corona curfew from May 9 to May 23.
The Corona curfew will be imposed in the state for 15 days. During the period, essential services will remain operation in the state.
COVID19 | State-level curfew to be imposed in Goa from May 9 till May 23;essential services including medical supplies allowed. Grocery shops allowed to remain open from 7am-1pm, restaurant takeaway orders allowed from 7am- 7pm. A detailed order will be released tomorrow: Goa CM pic.twitter.com/GD7oekRO1u
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“If someone is seen roaming around on the roads during the curfew hours, the police will take action as per penal sections. No one should step out of home unnecessarily. Everyone should co-operate. Statewide curfew is needed to break the chain, “ Sawant said.
Goa on May 6 registered 3,869 fresh COVID-19 cases, pushing the caseload to 1,08,267. As many as 2,023 recovery cases were discharged leaving the state with 29,752 active cases, an official from the health department said.