Goa To Not Require Negative RT-PCR Test For Fully Vaccinated Travelers


Pramod Sawant, the Chief Minister of Goa said travelers to Goa who have taken both vaccination shots will be allowed to enter the state without a negative RT-PCR test report.

Speaking to reporters Sawant also said that the positivity rate in Goa has dropped to six per cent, while also stating that the recovery rate has also shown a corresponding increase.

“People who have taken both the vaccination shots and possess a complete vaccination certificate will be allowed to enter Goa. It can be for those who are coming for tourism, business or other reasons,” Sawant said.

The Chief Minister also said that the state government was in talks with private path labs to set up testing facilities at Goa’s major railway stations. Commenting on the Covid situation in the state, Sawant said that the positivity rate is likely to drop to five per cent in the coming days.


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