COVID travel: New guidelines about air travel -
COVID travel: New guidelines about air travel
Posted 28 Dec 2022 05:29 PM


Watsupptoday Desk

In view of the rising COVID cases in Asian countries, India’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has updated guidelines for travellers entering the country. Meanwhile, the Ministry mandated random testing of all flyers coming in; all passengers will also be undergoing thermal screening, with some to be tested on arrival.

Here is all that you need about the latest guidelines for travellers travelling to India.
1) All international passengers travelling from Japan, China, South Korea, and Thailand will have to mandatorily undergo RT-PCR tests, and those found symptomatic or positive of COVID-19 will be quarantined.
2) Air Suvidha is back, and all international travellers will be required to fill the form to declare their health status.
3) All passengers travelling to India will now have to undergo mandatory thermal screening.
4) Also, anyone found symptomatic, will be isolated and taken to a designated medical facility.
5) Also, 2% of all international passengers on each incoming international flight will have to undergo COVID-19 tests on arrival. They will be selected randomly; however, passengers will not be required to wait for the test results to arrive, and they will be allowed to leave after giving the sample.

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