India Relaxes COVID Guidelines For International Arrivals At Airports
India has amended its travel guidelines for international passengers arriving at Indian airports. Here are the highlights of the revised travel guidelines.
- All travellers will have to self-monitor their health for 14 days upon arrival.
- A subset of the passengers will be subjected to random post-arrival testing on arrival at the airport.
- Passengers must fill out a self-declaration form on the online Air Suvidha portal with complete and accurate information.
India updated its international passenger COVID-19 travel guidelines today. According to the amended guidelines, the 14-day statutory quarantine has been eliminated in favour of a self-monitoring period for overseas passengers. For the next 14 days following their arrival, all travellers will have to self-monitor their health. If travellers who are self-monitoring their health develop signs and symptoms consistent with COVID-19, they should self-isolate and report to their nearest health institution or call the national hotline number/state helpline number.
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