Check out the LATEST COVID-19 guidelines

As there is a sudden increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the country, many states have regulated their guidelines to curb the spread.

Here are the latest updates from four Indian states –

1– Manipur

In view of the rising Omicron cases, the Manipur Government has decided to impose a night curfew from 9 pm to 4 am with an exemption for essential services and medical emergencies. Music concerts, Thabal Chongba, celebratory feasts and large gatherings in enclosed areas or indoor halls are prohibited.

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Check out the official confirmation for more details –

2– Uttarakhand

COVID-19 guidelines for the Dehradun Airport are also being regulated. As per the state health authorities, travellers have to carry the vaccine certificate showing two doses of vaccine (15 days cooling period after the second dose) or an RT-PCR negative certificate taken within 72 hours before the start of the journey. Otherwise, RT-PCR will be conducted on arrival at the airport free of cost.

Here is the official confirmation –

3– Goa

Passengers travelling to Goa must take note of the new guidelines issued by the government of Goa. The new guidelines include 50% seating capacity for cinema halls, auditoriums and community halls, cruises, water parks and entertainment parks.

Check out the official tweet –

4– Karnataka

The state has imposed a night curfew from 28th December to 7th January, 2022, from 10 pm to 5 am. In accordance with the night curfew, two-wheelers will not be permitted to enter Bengaluru airport premises between 9 pm on 31st December 2021 and 6 am on 1st January 2022, unless an authorised employee ID card or valid air ticket is produced as a proof.

Here is the tweet –

Other states including Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Assam have also imposed a night curfew as a precautionary measure. Tap here for the complete information.

Important: Please note that the travel guidelines are dynamic and subject to change on short notice. For detailed information, please visit our COVID-19 travel guidelines tracker.

We request our readers to plan their travel accordingly and stick to the COVID-19 restrictions issued by the state governments.