Goa in India is a tourist hotspot known for its partying. This year, with the Covid-19 pandemic, the parties have gone underground, but with cases of the coronavirus rising fast in the coastal state, authorities have signalled a crackdown on the revelry. Photo: ShutterstockGoa in India is a tourist hotspot known for its partying. This year, with the Covid-19 pandemic, the parties have gone underground, but with cases of the coronavirus rising fast in the coastal state, authorities have signalled a crackdown on the revelry. Photo: Shutterstock
Goa in India is a tourist hotspot known for its partying. This year, with the Covid-19 pandemic, the parties have gone underground, but with cases of the coronavirus rising fast in the coastal state, authorities have signalled a crackdown on the revelry. Photo: Shutterstock

Goa warns of ‘zero tolerance’ for parties as Covid-19 cases rise in the Indian resort state

  • Police seized drugs worth US$12,000 and arrested 23 people in a raid on a weekend rave at a private villa in the Indian resort state, the latest of several
  • Goa is home to foreign residents, including many Russians, Israelis and Britons. The state has registered 12,000 coronavirus cases, and they are rising steeply

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Goa in India is a tourist hotspot known for its partying. This year, with the Covid-19 pandemic, the parties have gone underground, but with cases of the coronavirus rising fast in the coastal state, authorities have signalled a crackdown on the revelry. Photo: ShutterstockGoa in India is a tourist hotspot known for its partying. This year, with the Covid-19 pandemic, the parties have gone underground, but with cases of the coronavirus rising fast in the coastal state, authorities have signalled a crackdown on the revelry. Photo: Shutterstock
Goa in India is a tourist hotspot known for its partying. This year, with the Covid-19 pandemic, the parties have gone underground, but with cases of the coronavirus rising fast in the coastal state, authorities have signalled a crackdown on the revelry. Photo: Shutterstock
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