Covid-19 Travel Restrictions: No RT PCR? Learn about the new guidelines for domestic travel, who are the concessions: central government issues new covid-19 guidelines for interstate travel in india


  • Updated guidelines for domestic travel.
  • Central government with instructions.
  • Special instructions for air travelers.

New Delhi: The government has revised Kovid’s guidelines for domestic travel in the wake of a drop in Kovid-19 cases in the country. The new guidelines cover air, road and water transport.

Those who receive two doses of the Kovid vaccine can travel to the country without symptoms. Travel is allowed only 15 days after receiving both doses. They do not require RT PCR or antigen testing. A directive issued by the Union Ministry of Health states that PPE equipment should not be worn while flying. The passenger, who is currently seated in the middle of a row of three seats, was instructed to wear personal protective equipment.

The new proposals of the Center arise as a result of different states establishing different standards for national travel. The Center has asked states not to impose a domestic travel ban in the wake of the decline in Kovid cases.

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The states of Karnataka and Goa had made RT PCR mandatory for Kerala passengers who report large numbers of Kovid cases on a daily basis. But the Center now says states should not impose such conditions. At the same time, the Center makes clear that states can make their own decisions on quarantine isolation matters.

According to figures published by the Union Ministry of Health this morning, 44,658 new cases of Kovid have been reported in the country. This brings the total number of confirmed Kovid cases in the country to 3,26,03,188 crore. With 496 Kovid deaths reported, the total number of Kovid deaths in the country increased to 4,36,861.

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Statistics show that there is an increase in the number of Kovid liberators in the country. In the last 24 hours, 32,988 people have been released from Kovid. With this, so far 3,18,21,428 people have gotten rid of Kovid. There are 3,44,899 active cases in various states. In the last 24 hours, 79,48,439 people have been vaccinated against covidin, raising the total number of vaccinations to 61,22,08,542, according to data released by the Union Ministry of Health this morning.

The high test positivity rate is a major concern in Kerala. According to a report released by the Health Department on Thursday, the state’s test positivity rate is 18.03. 30,007 cases were reported Thursday. On Thursday it was confirmed that 162 deaths in recent days were due to Kovid. This brings the total death toll to 20,000. 1,81,209 people have been diagnosed with the disease and are still under treatment.

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