Covid guidelines for International Arrivals: Corona virus has spread in many countries of the world. In view of the threat of this corona, the Government of India has issued revised Kovid-19 guidelines for people traveling to these countries. Now RT-PCR negative test report has been made mandatory for people coming from 6 countries namely China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, Thailand and Japan. Many more things have been mentioned in the revised Kovid Guidelines.

Apart from other things mentioned in the Covid guidelines
The Ministry of Civil Aviation of India has said that freshman year RT-PCR negative test report (RT) will be mandatory for passengers arriving in all trains from January 1, 2023 onwards. International flights from China, Singapore. People coming from Hong Kong, Republic of Korea, Thailand and Japan will be required to have RT-PCR negative test report, which they will have to show at the airport. The ministry said airlines have been directed to make some changes in their check-in functionality. Also those who have registered through Air Suvidha Portal. Also those who have submitted self declaration form. There are instructions to issue boarding passes only to passengers traveling to six countries including China.


presented by travelers
‘Self-declaration’ facility has been activated on the air services portal for passengers traveling on all international flights from China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, a statement from the ministry said. Thailand and Japan. In which permission has been given to upload ‘self-declaration form’ along with RT-PCR negative test report for these passengers coming to India from abroad.

RT-PCR test report of passengers is also necessary
According to the revised Kovid guidelines, people will have to undergo RT-PCR test 72 hours before starting air travel. Another special thing is that the system of random testing of 2% passengers coming from all international flights will also continue.


SARS-CoV-2 type detected in 6 countries

Officials said that this decision has been taken in view of the increasing number of cases of corona virus infection in different parts of the world as well as reports of SARS-CoV-2 variants being found in six countries. Yesterday, India’s Ministry of Civil Aviation sent information on the revised COVID guidelines to all commercial airlines, airport operators and Chief Secretaries/Administrators of States/UTs. According to official data, a total of 83,003 foreign travelers arrived in the country on December 29.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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