Goa and Leh remove RT-PCR requirements for travellers

Travellers rejoice!

As more and more Indians receive vaccinations against COVID-19, travel restrictions are starting to ease around several states including the two most popular tourist destinations, Goa and Leh.

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Important:Please note that travel guidelines are dynamic and subject to change on short notice. This is only a quick overview for detailed information, please visit our COVID-19 travel guidelines tracker.

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1. Goa

Fondly known as the ‘Party Capital of India’, Goa has partially modified the travel rules effective earlier and has allowed fully vaccinated travellers to enter the state without providing a negative RT-PCR test report.

Fully vaccinated asymptomatic passengers, possessing the COVID-19 vaccination certificate of both doses issued through the CoWIN portal, are allowed to enter the state post 15 days after receiving their second dose.

See the official order here:

2.  Leh

One of the most stunning places of India, Leh, has now exempted those travellers from carrying a negative RT-PCR report, who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Passengers who are not fully vaccinated need to carry an RT-PCR report not older than 96 hours before arrival at the Leh airport. However, the traveller should be asymptomatic.

Official tweet below:

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