Goa Tourism Clarifies that there is no plan to suspend tourism activities till year end.
Goa Tourism Strongly Refutes Reports Appearing in Certain #media@DrPramodPSawant @tourismgoi@incredibleindia @pspoffice @satija_amit @TAAI1951 @nikhiludesaigoa @IATA @ADTOIconnect @traveltourismAG @PTI_News @FollowCII @CNBCTV18Live @ShereenBhan @COVIDNewsByMIB #COVID19 pic.twitter.com/nrI62kdbd0— Goa Tourism (@TourismGoa) April 13, 2020
We posted this story as it is said by the CM of Goa on CNBC TV 18. Here is the video of the news from CNBC-TV18
30 Minutes, 3 Policymakers. @ShereenBhan speaks to the Chief Minister of Goa @DrPramodPSawant, Chief Minister of Puducherry @VNarayanasami & the Finance Minister of Kerala @drthomasisaac on the #coronavirus count & the lockdown exit strategy https://t.co/q9e0wjTHv4— CNBC-TV18 (@CNBCTV18News) April 13, 2020
The novel coronavirus outbreak has greatly affected India, with the total number of cases crossing 9,000 on Monday.
Travel and Tourism industry is highly affected from the coronavirus. Amidst this, Goa and Kerala have reportedly announced that there will be no tourism activities in both states till the end of the year.
“At present till April 30 we are not promoting any tourism activity. We have already asked the Prime Minister to continue the ban on airlines and railways. We are banning roads transport also. After April 30, we can think about railways and airline but we need to wait for tourism activity, it will start in the month of November-December onwards but at present we are not thinking of ant tourism activity.” Pramod Sawant CM of Goa Said.
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