International travelers will not have to stay in India from quarantine from today, new guidelines apply


India has issued new guidelines for international travelers. Under which travelers from fully vaccinated countries will not have to stay in quarantine whose vaccines have been approved by the World Health Organization. Now these passengers will need to be in quarantine. However, they will have to submit the report of a Kovid-19 RT-PCR test.

The ministry said, the impact of the Kovid-19 epidemic is steadily decreasing, with some regional changes showing a decline. The ever-changing nature of the virus and the need to monitor the development of SARS-coV-2 variants that are a cause for concern should still be kept in mind.”

Those who are partially vaccinated or who are not vaccinated, such passengers will have to give samples for corona test after which they will be allowed out of the airport. Will have to stay in home quarantine for seven days. If the report comes negative after getting the double test done, then they will have to monitor their health for seven days.


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