New Delhi: In a major setback to the Corona-free status that Goa has been enjoying since May 1 — as the last positive case was detected on April 3 — seven have tested positive in Goa, triggering fear that areas declared green zones are not free from further infections either. All seven are stable and under treatment. Also Read - Coronavirus Cases in India Cross 1.9 Lakh-mark; Delhi Seals Border With UP, Haryana For 1 Week | Key Developments

However, these cases can be considered as imported as five of the seven belong to one family, including husband, wife, son, daughter and one-year-old granddaughter (daughter of their daughter). They returned from Sholapur and were tested according to the state’s migrant testing protocol. Also Read - Imran Khan Says it Was 'Mistake' to Enforce Strict Lockdown Even as COVID-19 Cases Cross 72,000-mark



The other two cases are unrelated but imported. One was a truck driver returning from Gujarat and another was from Mumbai. Also Read - Coronavirus in Maharashtra: 2361 Cases, 76 Deaths in 24 Hours; Total Tally Crosses 70,000-mark