Another state in India has extended the lockdown in the state to contain the spread of coronavirus. Goa state government has announced this decision. Goa state government has imposed a weeklong lockdown in the state from May 3 to May 10.
The state government ordered to close casinos, bars, sports complexes, river cruises, gyms, schools, colleges and weekly markets from 6 am on May 3 till 7 am on May 10. Only essential services will be allowed to operate during lockdown. Goa government had announced a lockdown from April 29 7 pm to the morning of 3 May.
COVID19 restrictions imposed in Goa from 6 am on May 3 till 7 am on May 10; essential services allowed
Casinos, bars, sports complexes, river cruises, gyms, schools, colleges and weekly markets to remain closed pic.twitter.com/lSwOc4LMqa
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The state government has allowed the restaurants to work in 50% capacity from 7 am to 7 pm, however restaurant kitchens will be allowed to provide home delivery/takeaways any time.