Entry will not be available in India without RT-PCR test from today, strict rules for those coming from these countries including China
From today i.e. from January 1, 2023, the 'Negative' report of RT-PCR has become mandatory for air passengers coming from China, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Thailand and Japan.
The new year has started and in view of the increasing outbreak of Corona, from today i.e. from January 1, RT-PCR 'negative' report will be mandatory for foreign travellers coming to India. According to the Health Ministry, air passengers coming from China, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Thailand and Japan will not get RT-PCR 'negative' report entry from today. This decision has been taken in view of the increasing cases of coronavirus infection in different parts of the world.
Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Thursday said that from January 1, the negative test report of Kovid-19 will be mandatory for passengers coming to India from China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Thailand. He said in a tweet that passengers from these countries will have to upload their test reports on the government's Hawai Suvidha portal before departure.
So far 53 cases have been recorded in the random investigation of Corona. The Ministry of Civil Aviation has issued revised Corona guidelines for passengers arriving in India by international flights on 30 December. The guideline states that the RT-PCR report should be within 72 hours from the start of the journey. Random checking of two percent of passengers arriving on every international flight will also continue.
The Karnataka government has issued revised guidelines for passengers coming from these countries. According to the guideline, home quarantine of 7 days from the date of arrival will be mandatory for all passengers coming from high-risk countries. If any kind of symptoms is seen in the passenger arriving at the airport, he will be immediately sent to the Covid Center for treatment.