Goa's COVID-19 tally increased by 567 on Saturday to reach 1,58,990, while the day also saw 17 deaths and 1,433 recoveries, an official said.
Formal orders on the extension of the corona curfew will be issued by collectors of South Goa and North Goa districts, the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) said.
The current restrictions put in place to curb the spread of the virus ends on May 31.
The industry stakeholders feel that due to the spike in infection cases, negative sentiments have set in among the travellers.
The Goa government on Sunday extended till May 31 a coronavirus-induced curfew in place in the state since May 9.
The overall caseload in Goa has reached 1,35,856, while the fatality count stands at 2,099, he said, adding the number of recoveries so far rose to 1,05,505, leaving the state with 28,252 active cases
In another decision, carrying negative COVID-19 test report or a vaccination certificate has been made mandatory for visitors from other states.
Several film and TV serial makers from Mumbai and Chennai recently shifted their shootings to Goa in the wake of the surge in COVID-19 cases in their respective places.
In the wake of a surge in COVID-19 cases in Goa, the bed capacity in state-run and private medical facilities is getting exhausted.
Sawant on Tuesday warned the panchayats and municipalities against shutting down the essential services in the name of a lockdown.
Michael Lobo said that the lockdown will continue in the tourism belt of North Goa district to break the chain of the viral infection.
The Indian Medical Association's Goa unit demanded that the lockdown be continued for 15 days or at least till positivity rate drops to 10 per cent.
The Goa government on Wednesday announced a "lockdown" in the state beginning April 29 till May 3.
Sawant said essential services and industries will be exempted from the purview of the lockdown but public transport will not be allowed.
Vishwajit Rane on Monday said the state may see 200 to 300 COVID-19-related deaths per day in the next 10 days, and suggested a month-long lockdown to control the pandemic.