The Goa government on Saturday extended the ongoing Covid-induced curfew till June 14, said Chief Minister Pramod Sawant, while allowing essential stores to stay open till 3 pm.
"Our government has decided to extend the state-level curfew till June 14. Timings for essential shops as defined will be increased to 7 pm to 3 pm," Sawant tweeted late on Saturday.
"In addition, shops and stores related to house or building repairs, monsoon preparedness, or rain protection & stationary items will be allowed to open," the CM added.
Goa had imposed the first curfew on May 9 amid a surge in Covid cases.
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