As COVID cases in the country are on a decline, several states and UTs have relaxed their travel restrictions. The latest update is from Leh and Andamans where fully-vaccinated travellers are now allowed to travel without a negative RT-PCR test report. Here are the complete details –
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Port Blair Airport authorities has recently tweeted that all asymptomatic fully-vaccinated travellers and children below five years of age entering Port Blair Airport are exempted from carrying negative RT-PCR test reports and further testing at the airport.. Fully-vaccinated travellers need to carry their final vaccination certificates as a proof.
All unvaccinated or partially vaccinated travellers need to produce a negative RT-PCR report. The test should be carried out within 48 hours from the time of commencement of the journey. Such travellers will also be required to undergo an RT-PCR test at arrival.
Here are the complete details –
All asymptomatic fully vaccinated and children below 05 yrs coming to @aaipblairport as pax are exempted from carrying -ve RT-PCR report and further testing at Port Blair. #DekhoApnaDesh @MoCA_GoI @AAI_Official @aairhqer @Andaman_Admin @ca_aniadmn @CISFHQrs @DDK_Portblair pic.twitter.com/fMPTrw9kLK
— Port Blair Airport (@aaipblairport) March 2, 2022
All asymptomatic fully-vaccinated travellers are not required to carry an RT–PCR test report if they have their vaccination certificate. Partially/unvaccinated passengers will have to carry a negative RT–PCR test report.
Check out the official confirmation –
— GO FIRST (@GoFirstairways) March 2, 2022
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