With the sudden rise in COVID-19 cases in India, several destinations have issued new guidelines for travellers.
- People travelling to Delhi from Maharashtra must carry a negative RT-PCR
- Meghalaya announces new travel rules
- Negative COVID-19 report mandatory to enter Chhattisgarh
- Himachal Pradesh makes RT-PCR test mandatory for visitors from 7 states
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Here are the complete details:
Fresh COVID-19 restrictions in Delhi
As per the latest guidelines issued by Delhi government, all air travellers arriving from Maharashtra must carry a COVID-19 RT-PCR negative test report. The test should be taken 72 hours prior to arrival. Those without a valid test report will undergo mandatory home quarantine for 14 days.
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Meghalaya announces new travel guidelines
The entry procedure in Meghalaya has been revised. All arriving passengers, excluding visitors from the North-Eastern states, must carry a valid COVID-19 RT PCR/CBNAAT/TruNat negative test report. The test should be conducted 72 hours prior to arrival. Those without the test report will undergo an RT-PCR test on arrival at the airport on a self-payment basis. All those who will be tested on arrival will undergo quarantine until the results are declared.
Here’s the official order:
Entry procedure in Meghalaya has been revised by Govt of Meghalaya.
All our passengers are requested to take note of it for avoiding any inconvenience. Health Dept of #Meghalaya website may be referred to for any update.@IndiGo6E@flybigairlines pic.twitter.com/L0jq6naS9s
— AAI Shillong Airport (@aaishillong) April 10, 2021
Chhattisgarh makes negative COVID-19 report mandatory
All air travellers must carry a COVID-19 RT-PCR negative test report, conducted within 72 hours of arrival into the state. Those without the report will undergo a test on arrival, at the airport. Those who test positive will be taken to COVID care centre/hospital depending on case to case basis. Those who test negative will be advised to undergo 7-day home quarantine.
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CG Govt has made Negative RT-PCR report compulsory for arrival into CG (Test samples to be collected within 72 hours prior departure).#AgGeek @aairprairport @IndiGo6E @airindiain @allianceair @airvistara @khabri_lal @LiveFromALounge @awnusharma @ari_maj @AeroHeadlines @DurgDist pic.twitter.com/QSjmAwo5hB
— Harsh Agrawal (@agrawalharsh_93) April 9, 2021
Himachal Pradesh releases guidelines for visitors
Effective from 16th April, travellers entering Himachal Pradesh from states like Punjab, Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh must carry a COVID-19 RT-PCR negative test report conducted 72 hours prior to entering the state.
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