Panaji (Goa), June 24 (ANI): Goa Ports Minister Michael Lobo on June 24 informed about the steps taken by Goa government for the reopening of tourism in the state. He and that both doses of vaccines and negative RT-PCR report are mandatory for tourists for first three months after reopening of tourism in Goa. “We have to wait till July and let number of cases goes to zero. We will reopen Goa for tourists with proper screening. Both doses of vaccines and -ve RT-PCR report will be made mandatory for tourists for first three months after reopening of tourism in state. High court had said that RT-PCR reports are compulsory for people who wants to visit Goa,” said Goa Ports Minister Michael Lobo.
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