All International travelers will be quarantined for a week

The passengers must be quarantined at home for seven days and submit to an RT-PCR test on the eighth day of their arrival in India.

All International travelers will be quarantined for a week
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The central government announced amended restrictions for overseas travelers. Today, all inbound travelers in India will be subjected to enforced home isolation for a week. To prevent the spread of the Omicron variant of coronavirus, which is quickly spreading throughout the country.

The passengers must be quarantined at home for seven days and submit to an RT-PCR test on the eighth day of their arrival in India. While children under the age of five are excluded from both pre-and post-arrival testing. They must undergo the test if they are found to be symptomatic for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) upon arrival or during the home isolation period.