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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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:
For the information all pax to Goa, the latest order of Govt of Goa permits the pax fully vaccinated for more then 15 days need not to carry any covid negative certificates with them. This is partial modification to the order dt 29th August @AAI_Official @aairedwr @Pib_MoCA pic.twitter.com/zeNLTEAjpI
— Goa Airport (@aaigoaairport) September 2, 2021
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:
Mandatory production of a negative RT-PCR report not older than 96 hours before arrival into #AAI‘s @LehAirport is exempted for the passengers who are fully inoculated with both doses of the #COVID19 vaccine. pic.twitter.com/kqFe4dwLAg
— Airports Authority of India (@AAI_Official) September 2, 2021
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