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Goa government restricted the entry of the public in wildlife sanctuaries, waterfall

The Goa government has implemented a ban on entry to all wildlife sanctuaries and waterfalls in the state. The decision comes in response to two recent deaths that occurred in these areas. The ban aims to ensure the safety and well-being of visitors.

The government has taken this precautionary measure to prevent any further incidents and assess the situation. The prohibition includes popular destinations such as wildlife sanctuaries and waterfalls, which attract a significant number of tourists.

The authorities are actively monitoring the situation and will lift the ban once the safety concerns have been addressed. The move underscores the government’s commitment to prioritize public safety and avoid any potential risks to visitors. It is advised for tourists and residents to adhere to the restrictions and cooperate with the authorities during this period.