Recently, India has amended its travel guidelines for international travelers arriving in the country and has made 7 days home quarantine mandatory for all passengers.

The new guidelines have come into effect from today, January 11, 2022, so all travellers arriving in the country will now have to undergo home quarantine for seven days and undergo RT-PCR test on the eighth day of their arrival in India.

Meanwhile, children under the age of 5 are exempted from both pre-arrival and post-arrival tests, to be tested only if tested positive for the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) on arrival or during the period of home isolation.

And as per the new guidelines, all incoming passengers will now have to submit a self-declaration form and a negative RT-PCR report on the Air Suvidha portal before their journey.

1. Submit complete and factual information, including travel details for the last 14 days, in a self-declaration form on the online air facility portal prior to their scheduled journey.
2. Upload a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report. The test should have been done within 72 hours before starting the journey.


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