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Centre proposed new guidelines for international travellers

Centre proposed new guidelines for international travellers
Centre proposed new guidelines for international travellers

The union ministry of health and family welfare revised guidelines for international travellers, allowing quarantine -free entry for travellers from 82 countries.

The demarcation of countries at – risk and other countries removed. The need for giving samples on port of arrival and waiting till the result is obtained from countries at- risk is dispensed with.
The following are the revised guidelines
* There is no need for mandatory testing on arrival for travellers from at- risk countries
* Samples from 2% of the travellers will be collected at random after de-boarding
* These passengers can give their samples and leave the airport . They do not have to wait for the result
* The passengers will no longer be required to do a seven day mandatory quarantine they will have to monitor their health for 2 weeks
* The passengers will no longer be required to get tested on the 8th day after arrival and upload their test results to the government portal
* The guidelines also allow for quarantine-free entry to fully vaccinated travellers from 82 countries, including Australia, Bangladesh,Canada, Hongkong, Malaysia,Nepal and Singapore.
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