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Goa no longer remains a green zone after several COVID-19 positive cases reported in the state

COVID-19 Positive

With 8 new cases reported in the state within just two days, Goa no longer remained in a green zone. Goa was the first state in India, declared as a Green Zone with no single case since 1st May. People from across the country became eager to enter into the state. Relaxation in the lockdown …

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Around 100 Goan Seafarers Denied Entry In Goa due to COVID-19 Crisis

Goan Seafarers

The group of around 100 seafarers who arrived at MPT Goa on Thursday had been denied the entry into the state due to coronavirus threat and they have been asked to go to Mumbai for a checkup and follow 21 days quarantine procedure before coming back to Goa. The government said the seafarers from Goa …

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One more Goan Resident Tested Positive for COVID 19, and with this the total number goes up to six.

Coronavirus case in Goa Main

With one more case of COVID 19 detected in Goa, the total number of cases have gone upto six in the state of Goa. The suspect had a travel history to Mozambique and Kenya said the sources. Until the last week, Goa had no single case of Coronavirus in the state but soon after the …

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Goans Feel abandoned as Government fails to make provisions of an Essential Commodities for them

Essential Commodities

Goa went under complete lockdown from 24th March which was followed by the Janata Curfew Drill initiated by PM Modi to prepare people for the lockdown. The lockdown was needed to safeguard the people of Goa from coronavirus spread but people of Goa were not prepared for it. There were no heads up from the …

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Goa to Go Under Complete Lockdown from Today Midnight

Goa Under Complete Lockdown

Finally, the day has come when the Goa Government had decided to go for the complete lockdown of the state from today midnight till 31st March 2020. The Chief Minister of Goa Pramod Sawant had made an announcement today in a press conference stating that this is the high time that Goa needs to undergo …

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Government Planning to Start the Private Medical College in Goa

Goa Medical College situated in Bambolim is Government Medical College and Hospital in Goa and is one of the oldest medical colleges in Asia. While Goa’s age-old Medical College is in doldrums and the government is planning to start the private medical college in the state. It’s perhaps the old habit of the Government that builds bridges when the roads are in pathetic condition.

Lack of Medical Aid Claims the Life of a Vavurla Villager in Quepem Taluka, South Goa

No Infrastructure, medical facilities and a lack of a proper commuting facility such as a motorable road in the state of Goa leads to losing the life of a common man at times. But the government seems not doing much except giving the false promises to the voters and keeping them hopeful. In one such case of lack of medical aid, the resident of Vavvurla situated in Quepem Taluka had to lose his life.

Goan Ministers, MLAs and Their Families Spend Whooping Ten Crores on Medical Expenditures Alone

While the common man has to stand in long queues for hours to get cards under the Deen Dayal Swasthya Seva Yojana (DDSSY) renewed in order to avail of health insurance, the government spends crores of rupees on the health of its ministers and MLAs. Even after having a DDSSY card many people do not get the full benefits and have to spend a big amount from their own pockets in private hospitals just to get treated.

Another Pipeline Burst, This Time at St. Cruz Junction Due to Road Widening Work in Progress

Just the time when water is being restored from the Ponda by repairing the ruptured pipeline the new case of bursting water pipeline at St. Cruz have come up. The areas around St. Cruz and Bambolim are already facing the water shortage issue and condition of patients admitted at GMC is already bad due to no water, will this new accident do by the PWD department will make things worse?   

GMC Toilets Either Locked or Filthy Due to Lack of Water, Patients Carry Water Cans from Home

GMC Goa’s Apex medical college is always in the news due to mismanagement and this time it is due to lack of water supply the Patients are suffering, they have to carry water cans from home, in some cases, event toilets are kept locked making the life more difficult for the patients. The recent news of VIP culture and water supply made it clear that even the government’s biggest medical facility made for the common man is suffering due to lack of water.   

DDSSY Scheme is Becoming Money Making Hub for the Private Hospitals in Goa?

The Deen Dayal Swasthya Seva Yojana (DDSSY) was initiated by the Government of Goa to provide quality health care to all citizens, irrespective of their financial status. The DDSSY scheme was initiated in order to provide the best medical facilities to Goans in distress and a problem-free financial backup. The scheme was made cashless so that the patient’s family doesn’t experience hardship when it comes to heavy medical bills. But is it truly giving the needy cashless facility?

DDSSY A Free Medical Benefit Scheme for the Goans, Have you Registered Yet?

In today’s living on the edge kind of world everyone needs to have enrolled to some medical policy scheme as you never know when the emergency may strike and in Goa the Government have made a special provision for its inhabitants and it is called as DDSSY (Din Dayal Swasthya Seva Yojana) under which the family of four get completely covered for any medical emergency.   

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