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Charter flights will only be allowed after 100% vaccination

The international flight ban has been extended until 31st October.

The Chief Minister of Goa, Mr. Pramod Sawant announced that the charter flights will only start once 100% of the Goa population is vaccinated. Earlier this week, the Chief Minister said that the charter flights to Goa will begin soon. He also said that the vaccination drive has been escalated and more and more vaccination camps are being set up throughout Goa.

Also, the international flights have been suspended until 31st October. Throughout India, the vaccination drive has increased. Vaccine hesitancy is still there among the people but despite this more and more people are getting vaccinated. The Indian government seems to be clear about making all the major tourist destinations Covid-free.

The Chief Minister of Goa said that all the stakeholders in the tourism industry of Goa will have to be vaccinated to be allowed to reopen their businesses. This includes the hotel staff, tour operators, guides, and taxi drivers. No major decision has been taken and no definite date for starting the charter flights has been given.

Following is the news article from ‘Times of India’ regarding the recent announcement made by the Chief Minister of Goa.


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