Worldwide travellers getting into India will not be required to refill the self-declaration kind, referred to as Air Suvidha, for COVID-19 associated screening of passengers. Neither will passengers be required to submit a unfavorable COVID-19 RT-PCR report
These relaxations come into impact from November 22, and are a part of the revised tips for worldwide arrivals issued by the Ministry of Well being and Household Welfare on Monday.
“All travellers should preferably be fully vaccinated as per the approved primary schedule of vaccination against COVID-19 in their country,” as per the rules.
Nonetheless, flight crew will nonetheless be required to make in-flight bulletins in regards to the varied COVID-19 protocols, together with masking and bodily distancing throughout air journey. Passengers will bear thermal screening on arrival, and people who present COVID-19 signs can be shifted to an isolation facility for follow-up remedy.
Final week, the Ministry of Civil Aviation eliminated penalties for not masking throughout air journey.