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Lockdown not a solution: Goa CM

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Lockdown not a solution: Goa CM

Lockdown not a solution: Goa CM

Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on rising cases of coronavirus in the state said that lockdown is not a solution as it will stop economic activity.

He urged people of the state to follow COVID SOPs.

"COVID19 cases are increasing in Goa, I would request everyone to follow guidelines.

This time we cannot impose a lockdown as this will stop economic activity.

Tourists, as well as locals, should take precautionary measures," he said.


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