Chief Minister Pramod Sawant issued a fresh order relaxing the time of business and said the shops in the area may now open from 7am to 6pm. In addition, the state authorities have permitted opening stadiums to saloons and sports complexes.
In response to concerns about New Delta Plus Variants in neighbouring states, Goa’s government expanded the lockdown to 5 June on 26 June. Notably, since May Goa has been locked down following the detection of several cases.
However, the government recently loosened the restrictions to improve the state’s economic situation.
The CEO had ordered that all stores and shops could operate in Goa between 7:00 and 15:00 p.m. per day.
The State government also allowed marriage ceremonies in Goa but only allowed 50 people.
The Chief of State has also called on people over the age of 18 to be vaccinated at the earliest opportunity.
Prior to that, the government of Goa ensured that government services will give priority to contracting health workers in the State who served during the coronavirus pandemic.