Andaman and Nicobar government has announced exemption from negative RT-PCR reports for fully vaccinated travellers who wish to travel to the island's destination. 

The new guideline will come into effect from September 25, 2021.

Updated Guidelines For Andaman Islands

1. A completely asymptomatic vaccine with both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will not have to carry their negative RT-PCR test report to enter Port Blair. Also, the traveler should have completed more than 15 days after the second dose of the vaccine.

2. Such passengers will also be exempted from additional RT-PCR tests on arrival at the airport. An ID document proof will be required along with the vaccination certificate. If anyone is found symptomatic on arrival at Port Blair, irrespective of their vaccination status, they will have to undergo RT-PCR test at the airport.

3. Others who are not vaccinated or partially vaccinated and who have not completed both doses on day 15 will have to submit a negative RT-PCR report. An additional RT-PCR test on arrival will also take place at the airport.

4. Being a popular holiday destination, a large number of tourists are visiting Andaman. The island and all other attractions are now open to tourists, but all COVID-19 protocols are being followed such as social distancing and wearing face masks at all times.

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