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Curfew is imposed on tourists in Goa. What does it mean

A curfew will be imposed in the popular Indian state of Goa in the coming days. This was reported by the portal tribuneindia.com with reference to a member of the task force of the Goa government to manage the situation with COVID-19 Shekhar Salkar.

It will be forbidden to go outside from 11 pm to 6 am. The measure is caused by an increase in the number of cases of coronavirus, how long it will last – has not yet been announced.

The curfew has been in force in the Indian capital Delhi since December 29 – from 22.00 to 05.00, writes another publication, businesstoday.in.

There is a “yellow” level of “crazy alarm” – closed cinemas, spas, gyms, restaurants and bars are allowed to receive no more than 50% of the maximum possible number of guests.

A higher, red level may be set in the coming days, which will limit the operation of public transport.

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