The Indian government declared the removal of the Air Suvidha form, the final pandemic-related travel restriction.
Beginning November 22, international travelers will no longer be required to complete this health declaration form or submit a PCR COVID-19 test. Previously, they were obliged to do so in order to present it at the Delhi Airport.
The updates were made “in view of continued lowering COVID-19 trajectory and significant improvements being achieved in COVID-19 vaccine coverage both internationally and in India,” the official announcement reads.
Travelers can now experience travel in a “regular” way because the restrictions have just altered. These are the newest travel guidelines:
- Neither vaccinations nor the COVID-19 test is no longer necessary for travelers. They should, however, “ideally be completely vaccinated as per the approved primary schedule of immunization against COVID-19 in their country,” the statement reads.
- Although they are advised, masks are not necessary on flights.
- Travelers experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should be quarantined, wear masks when flying, and seek treatment at an isolation facility.
- Physical distancing is advised.
- Travelers will go through thermal screening at the airport, and if they exhibit any symptoms, they will be quarantined and directed to a medical center.
- It is advised that all passengers keep a close eye on their health and see the nearest medical facility if they feel ill. State Helpline Number 1075 is also available
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