As to motivate the process of vaccination in India, Government plans for domestic travellers soon may not require a negative RT-PCR report for travel, which is currently mandatory by most of the states for entry if they are vaccinated against covid-19.

Meanwhile, Punjab is the only state which does not require a negative RT-PCR test report if the passenger is vaccinated against Covid-19, even those who took their first dose at least 14 days before the travel, can enter into Punjab without producing an negative RT-PCR report.

Government is aimed that encouraging passengers to return to flights after the second wave of the covid-19.

Officials said, "It was proposed by one airline and is currently being discussed,".

DGCA refused to share any updates for a possible implementation of the proposal since multiple agencies are involved in the decision-making. Before the final order, it has to be cleared by the Health Ministry of the nation also.

It must be noted that due to the huge surge in Covid-19 cases in India, many states have been imposed restrictions on inter-state travel and made it mandatory for visitors to produce negative RT-PCR test reports on arrival.


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