UAE- Are you planning a trip to India? Here is...

UAE- Are you planning a trip to India? Here is...
UAE- Are you planning a trip to India? Here is...
(MENAFN – Khaleej Times) As more Indian citizens in the UAE and elsewhere travel home on short trips for personal and professional reasons, the Indian government has revised its quarantine rules for international and domestic travelers.

According to officials from the Indian mission in , an average of 4,000 travelers a day travel to India from the United Arab Emirates alone.

Neeraj Agarwal, Consul for Press, Information and Culture at the Consulate General of India in Dubai, said: “On average, at least 4,000 passengers travel to India every day. We are also experiencing similar traffic from India to the UAE. ”

He added: “This can happen because air traffic between these countries is back to normal and people are traveling not only for repatriation purposes but also for short trips.”

As of October 28th, India’s colossal repatriation effort Vande Bharat Mission has repatriated an incredible 20.38 million Indians from around the world since it launched on May 6th.

For those planning a short or long term trip to India, here is the latest list of Quarantine Regulations for Frequently Visited States in India, published on October 20th by the Airports Authority of India.

Bihar

Seven days of free government / institutional quarantine followed by quarantine for asymptomatic travelers arriving at Gaya Airport. Exempt categories of asymptomatic passengers as per the guidelines of the Department of Health and Family Welfare are allowed for a 14 day home quarantine.

Odisha

International passengers arriving with a negative RT-PCR test result are exempt from institutional quarantine.

West Bengal

Only passengers who tested Covid-19 negative (RT-PCR test) 96 hours before departure can take the flight. Test reports and commitments in the prescribed format for each passenger must be posted on the portal www.newdelhiairport at least 24 hours prior to departure. uploaded.

Upon arrival, the test reports and the authorization issued through the portal for each passenger are checked. Passengers with the negative test report must be quarantined for 14 days.

Madhya Pradesh

Institutional quarantine is not required, but all passengers must undergo a 14-day home quarantine. Passengers are expected to confirm their health status using the Aarogya Setu Mobile App or a self-declaration form. A rapid antigen test is carried out at the airport.

Goa

Symptomatic passengers will be sent to the Covid Care Center in accordance with state government guidelines. All arriving passengers must undergo a 14-day quarantine. A rapid antigen test is mandatory for all arriving passengers. If the report is positive, the passengers will be sent to the COVID Care Center according to the guidelines of the state government.

Gujarat

(Ahmedabad Airport)

Seven days of institutional quarantine for those who do not have a valid RT-PCR negative test report. After seven days of institutional quarantine, they will be quarantined for seven days.

Passengers are expected to confirm their health status using the Aarogya Setu mobile app or a self-declaration form. If the passenger is symptomatic upon arrival, the airline will direct them to a specific room along with their luggage. Those who land at Surat Airport are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine.

Maharashtra

Seven days of institutional quarantine and seven days of home quarantine for passengers without a valid RT-PCR negative test report. For those with a negative test report, only a 14-day home quarantine is required.

Rajasthan

The institutional quarantine of seven days is mandatory for all passengers. Symptomatic passengers must be isolated and taken to the nearest health facility. Travelers can request an exemption from institutional quarantine by submitting a negative Covid-19 report upon arrival. The test must be updated on the website www.newdelhiairport.in for examination.

Jammu and Kashmir

Institutional quarantine is not applicable. Home quarantine for 14 days for passengers with a valid contactable mobile phone number. For passengers who do not have a mobile phone number, a paid quarantine is recommended for 14 days or until the test is negative.

Business travelers with a confirmed return journey or onward journey within four days of arrival and a confirmed hotel reservation are exempt from the institutional quarantine.

Delhi

To be exempt from institutional quarantine, passengers must submit a negative RT-PCR-Covid-19 test. Passengers with family death, serious illness or pregnancy can apply for quarantine at home in addition to parents with children under 10 years of age. The exemption from quarantine at home is decided by the state government on the basis of a valid document from the traveler.

Punjab

All passengers who submit a Covid-19 negative test are exempt from institutional quarantine. A quick test is carried out on all remaining passengers. If the test is positive, institutional quarantine is mandatory.

Uttar Pradesh

The institutional quarantine is mandatory for seven days. In the event of a death in the family, serious illness or a parent of children under 10 years of age, the passenger is exempt from institutional quarantine. However, you must be quarantined for 14 days. Passengers who submit a negative RT-PCR test result are also exempt from institutional quarantine.

Kerala

Seven days of quarantine for all visitors to Kerala. They can be tested on the seventh day after arrival. If they test negative, another seven-day quarantine is optional and not mandatory, although a 14-day quarantine is desirable according to the health protocol. Those who are not tested are advised to quarantine the remaining seven days and quarantine a total of 14 days.

Andhra Pradesh

All passengers must submit a self-declaration form on the online portal https://www.spandana.ap.gov.in/ at least 72 hours before the planned trip. If necessary, passengers must undertake the mandatory paid quarantine on the portal for 14 days. Travelers must undergo a rapid antigen test at the airport for a fee of 500 rupees. Those who test negative are allowed to be quarantined for 14 days. Travelers with a negative RT-PCR test report can be exempted from testing at the airport.

Tamil Nadu

All passengers from other countries must undergo a 14-day quarantine. If the person develops a fever, cough, or shortness of breath during the period, they must visit a health facility. All passengers traveling to Tamil Nadu from other countries should have a negative RT-PCR test report.

Karnataka

All passengers will be sent home in quarantine for 14 days. If home quarantine is not possible for any reason, institutional quarantine will be permitted.

Symptomatic passengers are sent to the Dedicated Covid Health Center (DCHC) for testing. International business trips and return flights within 48 hours are exempt from quarantine.

If the length of stay is more than 48 hours but less than seven days, a Covid test will be carried out. After receiving a negative report, they can complete their commitments and return.

Business and short-term visitors with negative RT-PCR test results are exempt from quarantine. The test should have been performed within 96 hours of boarding.

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