As COVID-19 cases in India are rising, states like Sikkim and Assam have released modified travel guidelines. On the other hand, Maharashtra has announced a night curfew in the state and a “strict lockdown” over the weekends.
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Kindly note: We advise you to keep checking our state-wise COVID-19 Travel Guide before making any bookings.
Here are the latest guidelines:
Effective from 7th April, all tourists entering Sikkim must carry a negative RT-PCR test report conducted 72 hours prior to arrival. In case tourists are without such a report, hotel owners, homestay owners and travel agents will get the COVID-19 test (RT-PCR/True NAT) conducted for them.
Please note: It is not compulsory to show RT-PCR test reports at entry check posts. However, accommodation owners will check the test report and follow all the essential guidelines.
For complete information:
Attention please !! Passengers/Tourist travelling to Sikkim may kindly view the Press release issued by Govt of Sikkim before proceeding / Journey to Sikkim. pic.twitter.com/JHXUhxw66k
— AAI Pakyong Airport, Sikim (@aaipkyairport) April 2, 2021
All air passengers from Mumbai and Bangalore exiting at any airport in Assam must carry a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test report, conducted 72 hours prior to undertaking the journey. All those passengers who arrive without the test report will undergo a self-paid test at the airport and stay inside till the results are available. If a passenger tests positive, they will undergo home quarantine or sent for further treatment at the hospital, as per the case and treatment protocol.
Also, a passenger with a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test report within a period of 72 hours is not required to undergo the mandatory COVID-19 test or quarantine on arrival in Assam.
Full details here:
— Regional Executive Dir. AAI, North-East Region (@aairedner) April 4, 2021
As the COVID-19 situation in Maharashtra continues to be worrisome, the Maharashtra government has imposed a night curfew on weekdays prohibiting the gathering of more than 5 people in public spaces from 8 PM to 7 AM. However, home deliveries, food pickups and essential services are allowed. Additionally, Maharashtra state government has also imposed a complete lockdown on weekends from 8 PM on Friday to 7 AM on Monday wherein everything will remain shut.
Note: Both these restrictions will not impact air/train travel. Public transport will be operational with a limited seating capacity and movement to/from airport/railway stations will be permissible with a travel ticket.
Travel safe and stay tuned with ixigo for the latest travel updates!
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