Panaji: The casinos in the state will continue to remain shut till July 12 as Goa government has banned their operations during the state level curfew, which was renewed on Sunday.
State government on Sunday issued notification renewing the State leve curfew till July 12 to control the spread of COVID-19. While many activities are exempted under the ban, the state government has continued shut down of the casinos, which was initially imposed on May 09, when the first time curfew was imposed amidst rising COVID-19 cases.
The notification has also banned indoor sports complex, auditoriums, community halls or similar places, river cruises, waterparks, entertainement parks, gym, spa, massage parlours, cinema halls, theatres and others.
The schools, colleges, educational and coaching institutes will remain shut for the students except for holding competitive examinations after taking prior permission from the authorities.
The social, political, sports, entertainment, academic, cultural gatherings, marriages and other congregations are allowed with 100 people or fifty per cent of the capacity of the venue.