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.
See the order here:
Attention please !!!
All the incoming passengers traveling to Sikkim via Pakyong Airport , should carry RTPCR Test done 48 hrs back,if they don’t bring report they have to undergo 10 days quarantine period as per Home Deptt, Govt of Sikkim Circular attached.@AAI_Official https://t.co/4B9J1WGS6b
— AAI Pakyong Airport, Sikim (@aaipkyairport) May 11, 2021
> 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.
All flight operations at #DelhiAirport will be shifted to T3 effectively from 18th May 00:01 hours. All passengers are required to complete their web check-in at home for a contactless journey. #FlySafe pic.twitter.com/1epN0SP3QQ
— Delhi Airport (@DelhiAirport) May 12, 2021
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.
— IndiGo (@IndiGo6E) May 12, 2021
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