RT-PCR report required at Pakyong Airport; Delhi to operate flights only from T3 & more!

India is currently experiencing the second wave of COVID-19, and several states have enforced restrictions on movement.

A few states have made the RT-PCR test mandatory on arrival at airports, whereas some of the states are not asking for it.

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Here are the latest updates, you must know:

> All the incoming passengers travelling to Sikkim via Pakyong Airport, must carry a negative RT-PCR test report (not older than 48 hrs). If they don’t bring a report, they’ll have to undergo 10 days of quarantine period as per the circular issued by Home Department, Government of Sikkim.

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With daily departures dropping below 1000, Delhi has  decided to follow Mumbai and is consolidating all the operations in a single terminal. Starting from next Tuesday, i.e., May 18, only T3 will be operational. Since Tuesdays are the leanest day of the week, it’ll be easier to shift operations.

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>Flyers, attention! 

Those who are planning to fly to Ahmedabad, Vadodara, or Rajkot in Gujarat need not have a negative RT-PCR report with them. Though, they must follow the COVID appropriate behaviour and wear their masks. 

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