Goa will reopen for tourism only after 100% population Is vaccinated with first dose

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Goa chief minister Pramod Sawant has said the state will open its tourism sector only after it provides Covid-19 vaccines to 100 per cent of its population, at least the first dose. Until then, the tourist spot will remain out of bounds.

Sawant said the state government’s target is to accomplish this goal of vaccinating everyone in the state with the first dose by July 31 and it will consider reopening only after achieving that target.

“Until we administer the first dose of vaccine (across the state), tourism will not be reopened here. Our target is to accomplish this goal by July 31. We will consider reopening only after achieving that goal,” Sawant said. The state government has launched ‘Tika Utsav 3.0’ this week to achieve 100 per cent vaccination coverage of the first shot.

Following the lockdown-like restrictions, casinos, bars, restaurants, shops, river cruises, schools, colleges, educational institutions are closed.

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