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RTPCR mandatory for those coming to India from abroad; New International Passenger Guidelines


New Delhi: Central government released new International Travel Guide for flight passengers.  The center is tightening controls.  RTPCR inspection has been made mandatory for those coming to India from abroad.  Those who have received both doses of the vaccine should also be tested.

The certificate must be produced within 72 hours of the trip.  The new guideline will come into effect from the 25th of this month.  Everyone coming to India from abroad needs an RPTCR certificate in addition to the vaccination certificate.  Earlier, the RTPCR certificate was not mandatory.  Before starting the journey, you have to submit a self-attested document stating these matters in the portal facility.

Foreign countries are divided India into two categories, A and B.  Those from B-category countries such as Africa are also required to have a seven-day self-monitoring quarantine.  After that, the new guideline says that RTPCR should be tested and tested negative.

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