Travel is slowly resuming with domestic flights touching the capacity of 45 percent. While a number of people have already travelled during this time, many are planning to do so in the coming days.
So, in such a scenario, if you are arriving/departing from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, here are the latest quarantine rules:
1. Boarding a self-booked domestic flight after reaching the Delhi Airport via a Vande Bharat flight is currently not allowed. For international passengers, Delhi state protocol needs to be followed with 7 days of quarantine.
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2. For the neighbouring states like Uttar Pradesh and Haryana, Delhi will hand it over to the respective states for road transfer and quarantine protocol.
3. All the incoming international passengers will have to undergo mandatory 7 days of institutional quarantine at their own cost and another 7 days of home quarantine on arrival in India.
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4. On arrival from any other country at Delhi Airport, passengers who intend to stay, with no connecting domestic flights, will undergo primary screening by APHO and secondary screening by the Delhi Govt. After this, they’ll have to follow a 7-day state-approved quarantine followed by a 7-day home quarantine.
5. As per the guidelines issued by the Delhi govt, passengers arriving from different parts of the country at the Delhi Airport shall home quarantine themselves for 7 days. It is also applicable to the transit passengers if they don’t exit the airport.