Here Are The Latest Quarantine Guidelines Of These 10 Indian States; Know All The Details Here!

Are you planning to travel within India but worried about the quarantine rules? Worry not, we have you covered! 

Here are the latest quarantine rules of different states. Read on.. 

Himachal Pradesh

  • 10 days of institutional quarantine for symptomatic passengers arriving from red zone districts outside of the state.
  • 10 days of home quarantine for passengers arriving from non-red districts and are carrying a COVID-19 negative test report.
  • Children below the age of 10 do not need a COVID test report if accompanying adults are carrying a COVID negative report.
  • Tourists with a valid booking for at least 2 nights, should carry a COVID negative test report (should be carried out not more than 96 hours prior to entering the state).


Madhya Pradesh 

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Domestic passengers (Jabalpur, Bhopal and Indore):

  • Symptomatic passengers will be tested on arrival. Those who test positive will undergo institutional quarantine at a COVID care centre.
  • Those who test negative will be released with no quarantine.
  • No quarantine for business or corporate travellers.

International passengers:

  • Passengers will undergo 7 days of institutional quarantine followed by 7 days of home quarantine.
  • In cases such as children below the age of 10 accompanied by their parents, pregnant women, elderly people, death in the family, etc. will be allowed to opt for 14 days of home quarantine instead of institutional quarantine.

Karnataka 

Domestic passengers: 

  • No quarantine for asymptomatic passengers.
  • Symptomatic domestic passengers will self-isolate and seek medical consultation without fail or call Apthamitra helpline 14410.

International passengers: 

  • Symptomatic passengers will be taken to testing centres where health authorities will decide their quarantine requirements.
  • Asymptomatic passengers will undergo 14 days of mandatory home quarantine.

Andhra Pradesh

International Passengers

  • Mandatory quarantine for 14 days (or paid quarantine at their own cost). Tests will be conducted, and those with a negative report will be sent for 14 days home quarantine.
  • Travellers can seek exemption from home quarantine on presenting a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test report conducted within 96 hours before taking the journey.
  • Those with compelling reasons such as pregnancy, death in the family, severe illness and parents with children 10 years or below will be permitted to go for home quarantine of 14 days.

Rajasthan 

Domestic Passengers:

  • No quarantine for asymptomatic passengers.
  • Symptomatic passengers will be taken to a health facility for treatment.

International Passengers:

  • For asymptomatic passengers: 7 days of institutional quarantine and 7 days of home quarantine.
  • Symptomatic passengers will be taken to a health facility for treatment.
  • Those who wish to apply for an exemption from quarantine will have to submit a negative COVID-19 test report (RT-PCR) on the Air Suvidha portal.
  • International passengers can apply for an exemption from quarantine on the Air Suvidha Portal at least 72 hours before boarding.

Uttar Pradesh 

Domestic passengers

  •  14-day home quarantine for all domestic passengers.
  •  Domestic passengers exiting the state within 7 days of arrival will be exempted from quarantine on showing an onward/return flight ticket.

International Passengers

  • 7 days of institutional quarantine followed by 7 days of home quarantine for international passengers.
  • International passengers can apply for an exemption from quarantine in case of pregnancy, death in the family, serious illness, etc. However, in that case, travellers will have to undergo 14 days of home quarantine.
  • International passengers can apply for an exemption from quarantine on the Air Suvidha Portal , 72 hours before departure.
  • Passengers who have a negative COVID1-9 RT-PCR test report conducted 96 hours before departure can seek an exemption from quarantine. The test report can be uploaded on the Air Suvidha portal or presented to authorities on arrival in India.

Telangana 

Domestic passengers: 

  • No quarantine for asymptomatic passengers.
  • Symptomatic passengers will be self-isolated and taken to a health facility.
  • Business travellers with a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report conducted 96 hours before boarding will be exempted from quarantine. However, passengers must carry a return/onward ticket within the next 4 days of their arrival in the state.

International passengers: 

  • Asymptomatic travellers will undergo 7 days of institutional quarantine followed by 7 days of home quarantine.
  • Symptomatic travellers will be isolated and taken to a health facility.
  • Those travellers carrying a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report conducted 96 hours before boarding will be allowed to undergo home quarantine.
  • Those undergoing emergencies such as a death in the family, pregnant women, parents of children below 10 years of age will be allowed to go for home quarantine.

Sikkim 

  • All travellers have to undergo quarantine for 11 days irrespective of types of quarantine (Home/Institutional Facility).

Odisha 

  • Odisha has lifted restrictions on interstate movement of all persons. 
  • International travellers carrying a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report not older than 96 hours before departure are exempted from quarantine.

Bihar 

Domestic passengers: 

  • No mandatory quarantine for domestic travellers
  • Symptomatic passengers will be taken to the nearest facility for health assessment.
  • Those having moderate to severe symptoms will be admitted to a COVID health facility until the symptoms persist or until they test negative for COVID-19.
  • Those with mild symptoms will be given an option of home quarantine or institutional quarantine.

International Passengers: 

  • International travellers will have to undergo 7 days of institutional quarantine followed by 7 days of home quarantine.

To check the quarantine requirements of all the different states, please visit our COVID-19 help center. 

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