Good news travellers! As COVID-19 cases are declining in several Indian states, travel restrictions have also been eased in a few of them.
Here are the names of 8 Indian states which don’t require an RT-PCR test report:
- Andhra Pradesh
- Madhya Pradesh
Important: Please note that travel guidelines are dynamic and subject to change on short notice. This is only a quick overview—for detailed information, please visit our COVID-19 travel guidelines tracker.
For Andhra Pradesh
Domestic travellers arriving in Andhra Pradesh are now no longer required to show a negative RT-PCR test report.
Passengers do not require an RT-PCR test report to enter Delhi. However, to avoid any hassle, do recheck with your airline.
The Haryana government has announced that passengers entering the state will not require a COVID-19 negative report.
Travellers arriving from Kerala and Maharashtra via flight, bus, train or taxi will require a COVID-19 RT-PCR negative test report not older than 72 hours. This is irrespective of the vaccination certificate.
And for passengers arriving from other states, no such rule is mandatory.
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For Madhya Pradesh
The state doesn’t require an RT-PCR negative test report for entry.
The state government announced that people entering from any other states can visit Odisha without an RT-PCR negative test report.
For tourists entering Sikkim, fully vaccinated (two doses) travellers will be allowed to enter by showing a vaccination certificate.
However, partially vaccinated travellers or those below 18 years of age will be allowed to enter with a COVID-19 RT-PCR negative test report conducted within 72 hours of entering the state.
Did you know? Air India, IndiGo and SpiceJet have launched several new domestic flights!
Thinking of visiting Telangana? The state doesn’t require you to carry a negative RT-PCR test report for travel.
Bonus tip: If you are planning for a beach holiday with friends or family, Pondicherry, the ‘French Capital of India,’ requires no RT-PCR report from tourists.
Also, don’t forget to check your destinations’ complete COVID-19 Travel Policies before booking your trip. Till we meet again, happy travels!