All passengers traveling other country from India are required to have a negative RT-PCR report with a QR code linking to the original report. If any passenger failed to provide a negative RT-PCR test with a QR code they would not be allowed to on board the flight.

Requirement comes into the action after seeing that many of the Indian trevellers are using the fake RT-PCR certificate to travel abroad.

In this concern matter Air India tweeted that, "Update for International Passengers: Effective 22nd May 2021, passengers flying from India to international destinations requiring negative RT-PCR test report must have a QR code in their report to be eligible for boarding."

Rcently, two travel agents have been arrested for selling fake RT-PCR test reports for ₹600 to passengers traveling to Gujarat and Rajasthan.


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