According to the portal India Today, the Indian state of Goa is now open to domestic tourists. However, guests of the state will be required to present a certificate of the absence of coronavirus.
After 4 months of downtime, more than 250 hotels and many tourist attractions started working in Goa again. A coronavirus test, which hotel and hotel staff will require before check-in, must be done no later than 48 hours before arriving in the state.
It should be noted that it will be possible to pass the test in Goa at one’s own expense, but until the result is obtained, tourists will be kept in isolation in their room for 2 days. If one of the tourists confirms COVID-19, the hotel will automatically be turned into an observatory.
The decision to restore tourism in Goa was made by the leadership of the country after several requests from representatives of the tourism business. The share of tourism in Goa's GDP is almost 10%.