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Curfew restrictions extended for a week in Goa till 7 AM on July 26!

As a move of caution against the ongoing pandemic, the Goa government has extended the curfew restrictions for one more week till 7 AM on July 26. While the restraints were first imposed on May 9, they have now stretched for a period of more than 2 and a half months. Notably, gyms, religious places, shops, malls and other places have been allowed to reopen with certain terms and conditions, the basic one being complete adherence to COVID protocol.

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Curfew extended in Goa till July 19, check what's allowed & what's not!

Aiming to further clamp the infection rate in Goa, the state government has announced the extension of the ongoing curfew till July 19. While some relaxations have been offered to ease day-to-day dealings for the public, the larger restraints will be functional till 7 AM on July 19. Notably, gyms are permitted to reopen with 50% capacity and sports complexes are allowed to operate without an in-house audience. Besides, religious places will allow visitors with a cap of 15 people at a time.

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State-wide curfew in Goa extended till 12 July; check what's open & what's not!

Keeping the larger goal of the safety of residents in mind, the government of Goa has extended the ongoing curfew restrictions. The curfew shall be implemented till 7 AM of 12 July and as the Chief Minister took to Twitter to announce this, he also mentioned that all shops in the state can remain open between 7 AM to 6 PM, daily. Earlier, the state-wide curfew was supposed to end in the early hours of 5 July.

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Review meeting on June 6 to decide over the extension of ongoing curfew in Goa

In wake of the second wave of the pandemic, Goa stands clamped under an ongoing curfew till June 7. Now, the state government will take cognisance of the present situation, before deciding over the extension of the curfew, Speaking about this, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant informed that the state administration will hold a review meeting with the top officials on June 6 and the restrictions may be extended or relaxed thereafter, depending upon the prevailing circumstances.

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