Fully vaccinated international travelers will not have to be home quarantined after arriving in India from today. The central government has changed the guidelines regarding this. This decision will be applicable to travelers coming from countries where such exemption has been given for Indian passengers. However, all international travelers must have a negative report of RT-PCR test. And the airlines will have to check the reports of the passengers before boarding the aircraft. Rules.
Passengers coming from these countries will get discount
The government has said that the coverage of vaccination is increasing worldwide and the guidelines have been revised in view of the changing nature of the epidemic. The new rules are applicable from today. These rules will be applicable to travelers coming from United Kingdom, France, Germany, Nepal, Belarus, Lebanon, Armenia, Ukraine, Belgium, Hungary and Serbia. South Africa, Brazil, Bangladesh, Botswana Passengers coming from China, Mauritius, New Zealand and Zimbabwe will have to take extra precautions.
What are the new rules?
If a traveler has not been vaccinated or has received only one dose, then he will have to undergo a corona virus test after reaching India. Without this, he will not be able to get out of the airport. After this he will have to be in home quarantine for seven days. He will have to get tested once again on the eighth day. If his report comes negative in this, then he will have to keep an eye on his health for the next seven days. Also he will have to follow all other rules.
These rules also have to be followed
Passengers will have to fill a form for the veracity of their report. If their report is found to be fake then legal action can be taken against them. The airlines will allow only those passengers who have filled the self declaration form on the Air Suvidha portal. There will be thermal screening of the passengers before boarding the plane and only At the same time, passengers will be able to board the aircraft, which do not have any symptoms of the epidemic.
Rules will continue till further orders
It will also be necessary for international travelers to comply with the rules related to airlines, airport, sea border or land border related to coming to India. These rules, which came into force from today, will continue till further orders. The rules will be reviewed from time to time.
What is the status of infection worldwide?
Johns Hopkins University According to the report, about 24.36 million people have been infected with the corona virus worldwide, while 49.48 lakh people have died. In the most affected America, 4.54 crore people have been infected and 7.36 lakh people have died. 3.52 crore infected and India is the second most affected country after the US with 4.55 lakh deaths. In recent days, cases are increasing rapidly in countries like England, Turkey and Russia.