Domestic travel is on the rise, thanks to Indian states and union territories recording a steady dip in COVID cases and easing travel guidelines.
Today, we bring you the latest travel guidelines from four states, namely, Rajasthan, Punjab, Bihar and Goa.
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Please note: Travel guidelines are subject to change on short notice. We advise you to reconfirm the entry rules with your respective airlines before flying.
Relaxing entry restrictions significantly, Rajasthan has announced that incoming travellers who have received their first dose of the vaccine are no longer required to bring a negative RT-PCR report or undergo home or institutional quarantine:
Govt. of Rajasthan has issued new guidelines effective from 11.07.2021. Arriving passengers may note exemption of RTPCR for those who have got first dose of vaccination.@AAI_Official @aaiRedNR pic.twitter.com/H7bpPGYgkn
— AAI Jaipur Airport (@aaijprairport) July 11, 2021
IndiGo Airlines has shared a new update on Twitter, announcing that incoming travellers to both Punjab and the union territory of Chandigarh are no longer required to present a RT-PCR report or vaccination certificate for entry:
— IndiGo (@IndiGo6E) July 11, 2021
If you are travelling to Bihar’s Gaya Airport anytime soon, then make a note of this new update. IndiGo Airlines has posted yet another update, informing that travellers coming to Gaya from Punjab, Maharashtra and Kerala are no longer required to carry a RT-PCR report:
— IndiGo (@IndiGo6E) July 13, 2021
Updating its entry rules, Goa is now allowing the following categories of asymptomatic persons who have been fully vaccinated at least 14 days before entering the state:
> Persons who enter Goa for purposes of work in industries, labor-force, construction, etc.
> Persons who enter Goa for purpose of business and employment
> Residents of Goa stranded outside the state due to COVID or other such reasons
> Residents of Goa who, on account of their work or medical-related reasons, are required to travel outside the state and then return after a few days.
Here is the entire notification:
Govt.of Goa modified the Health screening protocols for entry in Goa. Now allowing certain category of persons who are fully vaccinated atleast 14 days before the day of entry as per the Order dt 13th July 21. For information of all pl @AAI_Official @Pib_MoCA @MoCA_GoI @aairedwr pic.twitter.com/73DkWCfZBm
— Goa Airport (@aaigoaairport) July 14, 2021
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