India Travel guidelines and news update – September 25, 2020
4.76 million have recovered from the 5. 82million cases of coronavirus infected cases in the country. With the daily rise in cases all over the world, India has shown a good recovery rate and has re-opened inter-state travel. Flights to India still remain suspended until 30th September.
The following are the travel guidelines for all the states in India, as new regulations are implemented to control the spread of viruses. Plan your travel accordingly and with the right precautions.
Traveling to or from containment zones are still prohibited unless necessary permissions provided. A COVID-19 RT-PCR TEST two day before you fly to your destination would help you skip quarantine and tests on the entry in almost all states of India while traveling.
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Andaman and Nicobar Islands
All negative tested passengers are to undergo a 7 day home quarantine. The positive cases will be undergoing institutional treatment until no symptoms arise for 10 days for release.
Home quarantine of 14 days advised for all passengers and close monitoring on travelers with symptoms.
Passengers displaying moderate or high symptoms will be prohibited from traveling and amitted under the local governing body in quarantine. They can also opt for home quarantine under close monitoring and regular update.
Hospitality and accommodation properties to run only on 50% occupancy.
Passengers with symptoms to undergo two days of institutional quarantine followed by 8 days home quarantine.
All travelers to undergo 14 days of home quarantine while passengers displaying moderate or high symptoms will be prohibited.
No mandatory quarantine required, self-testing advised before travel advised.
All passengers need to undergo home quarantine for 14 days for a visit for more than 72 hours.
Home quarantine for 14 days of arrival, E-pass required for all vehicles entering state borders.
Passengers displaying symptoms will undergo tests and quarantine until negative results.
Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman & Diu
Mandatory institutional quarantine of 14 days for positive cases while rest are advised to register for the arogya setu online or home quarantine for two weeks.
Passengers arriving for s short visit must provide negative test results to resume work/ travel purposes.
Asymptotic travelers require only 7 days of home quarantine while thermal screening is mandatory at all points of departure. E-Pass advised while the COVID test is not a compulsion.
International travelers are required to undergo 7 days of institutional quarantine at a government facility for free or at a designated paid hotel.
Symptomatic passengers will be referred to testing and mandatory self-declaration forms to be submitted.
14 days of home quarantine advised for domestic travelers while international passengers if any have to go for 7 days of institutional quarantine followed by a week of home quarantine.
Passengers who show no symptoms at all are exempt from quarantine.
Passengers with no symptoms will be permitted to travel without a COVID test.
Home quarantine for 14 days for all passengers.
Institutional quarantine of 14 days for passengers traveling from areas of high COVID cases, rest is to quarantine themselves at home.
Travelers for a shorter journey are exempt from quarantine.
Jammu and Kashmir
A mandatory COVID test and institutional quarantine until negative results followed by home quarantine.
Options for paid or administrative quarantine will be provided after testing. Defense personnel is exempt.
Mandatory home quarantine for two weeks unless undergone quarantine on a previous visit or a short visit of not more than 72 hours.
Relaxation on quarantine measures and restrictions on travel as tourism opens in the state after the new unlock 4.0 lockdown.
All passengers to undergo 14 days of home quarantine except travelers in for short term visits of less than 7 days visit are exempt.
Institutional quarantine to be followed for passengers travelling from respective zones. For example : Mandatory quarantine of 14 days for red zone passengers.
Passengers who provide a negative report on testing no later than two days before arrival are permitted for travel.
All asymptomatic passengers require 7 days of home quarantine except for business or corporate travellers.
No mandatory quarantine for short term visit of less than 7 days unless submission of necessary documents, while home quarantine of 14 days for all travellers advised.
All travellers required to undergo institutional quarantine of 14 days. No mandatory quarantine for short term visits of less than 7 days and registration on QuarMon and Arogya setu app.
An institutional quarantine of upto 48 hours for the result to appear negative followed by 14 days of home quarantine.
Option of institutional quarantine of 14 days or 21 dys of home quarantine followed by antibody testing.
A mandatory 28 days of home quarantine for people of age above 60 years, children of 10 years or below, and pregnant woman & accompanying husband with active surveillance. Rest all to undergo 14 days of institutional and home quarantine respectively.
No mandatory quarantine for short term visit of fewer than 72 hours unless submission of necessary documents and registration on the Arogya setu app, home quarantine of 14 days for all travelers.
All passengers will have to undergo 14 days of home quarantine and for those without provision must inform in advance for administrative arrangements.
Home quarantine of 14 days for all domestic travellers while exemption for business travellers.
Voluntary home quarantine of 14 days also allowed in Jaipur, Udaipur and Jodhpur. Travelers for a shorter travel are exempt from quarantine.
Option of institutional quarantine of 14 days or home quarantine followed by necessary hygiene protocols
All passengers need to undergo 14 days of home quarantine unless otherwise entering from a red zone resulting in 7 days of institutional quarantine.
No restriction on passengers with no symptoms. Quarantine measures will be provided by health authorities.
All travelers are to undergo 14 days of home quarantine unless cleared for the foreign travel history that exists leading to institutional quarantine.
Home quarantine of 14 days for all travelers, No mandatory quarantine for short term visit of fewer than 72 hours unless submission of necessary documents.
As the state reopens for tourism, it is not necessary to carry a coronavirus negative report. Tourists will only have to register on smartcitydehradun.uk.gov.in and provide the mode of transport for travel.
All negative tested passengers are to undergo a 14 day home quarantine. Passengers displaying symptoms have to undergo institutional quarantine. Health authorities to instruct quarantine case wise for quarantine.
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