New Covid-19 Guidelines: Ministry of Civil Aviation has released new Corona Guidelines for International Passengers coming to India.
New Covid-19 Guidelines: The Ministry of Civil Aviation has released new Corona guidelines for international passengers coming to India. Given the different mutations of COVID-19, the government has taken this decision. The government has changed the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in view of the threat of SARS-CoV-2 mutant strains coming into India. These new guidelines will be implemented from midnight on 22 February. The government says that all travelers coming from other countries of Europe and the Middle East, including the United Kingdom, must follow the new guidelines.
Guidelines for International Passengers
- All passengers coming to India will have to submit a self declaration form on the Air Suvidha portal (www.newdelhiairport.in).
- Apart from this, you have to upload your negative corona RT-PCR report on the portal. This report should be within 72 hours of starting the journey.
- Passengers will have to give information about their past 14 days travel history on the online Air Suvidha portal (www.newdelhiairport.in).
- After coming to India, travelers will also have to give information about where they have to travel.
- All passengers will have to give a declaration in case of authenticity of the report that if anything is found wrong in this report, then legal action can be taken against me.
- Those passengers who have a sudden death of a person in their family will be allowed to come without a negative corona report. That is, they have to travel in an emergency.
- All the passengers will have to give a guarantee in writing that, according to the government rules, passengers will do home quarantine or self-monitoring for 14 days.
- At the time of boarding, passengers will be allowed to travel after the thermal screening.
- The airline will have to identify passengers who are coming from the United Kingdom, South Africa and Brazil. They will be seated separately in the flight.