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India lifts quarantine requirement for international arrivals

According to new guidelines shared by government of India fully vaccinated international arrivals to India shall be allowed to leave the airport and need not undergo home quarantine from today.

The decision is for travellers who are coming from countries that India has reciprocal arrangements for mutual acceptance of World Health Organization (WHO) approved Covid-19 vaccines.

They will, however, have to produce a negative Covid-19 RT-PCR report. These guidelines for international arrivals supersede all others issued on and after February 17 this year, the Union health ministry has said.

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“The global trajectory of Covid-19 pandemic continues to decline with certain regional variations. The need to monitor the continuously changing nature of virus and the evolution of SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern (VOCs) must still remain in focus,” the ministry said.

“The existing guidelines (issued on 17th February 2021 with subsequent addendums) for international arrivals in India have been formulated taking a risk-based approach. In view of increasing vaccination coverage across the globe and the changing nature of the pandemic, the existing guidelines for international arrivals in India have been reviewed,” the ministry also said.

(With inputs from agencies)

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