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State-wise travel rules for domestic Passenger

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Air India has provided a complete list of state-wise quarantine rules for domestic passengers traveling amid the Covid pandemic.

Traveling is not the same as the times of covid. Every state has different rules. So, if you are planning to travel to India, be mindful of the newest travel rules of particular states.

Air India said in a tweet.

Air India has provided a complete list of state-wise quarantine rules for domestic passengers traveling during the pandemic. "State Governments are also issuing several guidelines for travellers in india.Passengers are ask to check with state-specific requirements before travelling,"

the national carrier said in a notice.

"While attempt is made to update the details, its only responsibility of Passenger to make sure his or her eligibility to follow with entry regulations of State Government. Air India, Air India Express and the subsidiaries accept no liability in the regards,"

Complete list of COVID-19 regulations for each state and union territory:

Andaman

Adverse RT-PCR reports were provided from ICMR recognized lab where the test is taken 48 hours before commencement of journey. Handwritten words will not be acceptable. In addition, all arriving passengers shall have to undergo a voluntary Rapid Antigen Test.

Quarantine: Compulsory home quarantine for seven days, even with RT-PCR adverse reports. Passengers visiting Shaheed Dweep, Shaheed Dweep, and Little Andaman need to have ten days of home quarantine whatever of being negatively tested.

Any person violating quarantine guidelines shall be liable to be fined to the tune of ₹5000/ each time.

Goa

1) Passengers are carrying Negative Test Report done a maximum of 72 hours before entering Goa state.

2) Passengers entering Goa for Medical emergencies purpose on the production of proof.

3) Following persons who have taken double dose at least 14 days before entry.

a) Persons enter the state of Goa for Business and employment.

b) Resident of Goa who is now trapping outside Goa for pandemic related or any other problem.

Andhra Pradesh(AP)

All passengers who have asymptomatic will have to go for 14 days home quarantine.

Assam

The thermal screening will be running on arrival. Rapid Antigen Test on arrival is compulsory. Passengers with positive results have to go for home isolation or hospitalization. Passengers with negative marks will have to take the PCR test at Airport and remain under home quarantine until the result is declared hostile.

All passengers arriving will have to undergo compulsory home quarantine for seven days, even if the result of the COVID test on arrival is negative.

Rapid Antigen Test is compulsory for all on arrival, including double dose vaccine passengers. Passengers with positive results have to go for home isolation/hospitalization Passengers with a negative effect will have to take the test at Airport and remain under home quarantine until the result is declared adverse.

Passengers were transiting to Intra-Assam, and the North East States were exempting from arrival testing.

Government Officials and Passengers traveling for medical reasons or family bereavement are exempting from mandatory quarantine.

The passengers shall bear the cost of the RT-PCR test maximum of ₹500.

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Bihar

The thermal screening will be running on arrival.

Health Department of Bihar Government has removed restrictions for Domestic Arriving passengers at Patna. The RT-PCR Negative report will not be mandatory for arriving passengers to Patna from other domestic stations.

Ten days of home quarantine is mandatory for passengers.

All passengers will be testing for Covid -19 & those found positive shall be guided to follow the rule provided by the Department of Health,

For GAYA, Passengers coming from MP, Kerala &Punjab, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Delhi & NCR will require a Certificate of Vaccination and negative report from ICMR recognized labs. RT-PCR timeline starts from swab collection time.

RT-PCR test report did within 72 hours. Fourteen days past the fully COVID vaccination certificate.

Rapid Antigen Facility is available at arrival free of cost.

Chhattisgarh

Passengers must carry RT-PCR adverse reports from ICMR labs certified not to be earlier than 96 hours. Else testing for Covid will be running on arrival in the state. Passengers without the above document will be tested on arrival and remain in home isolation until the report is available.

Delhi

The thermal screening will be running to passengers coming to the state.

Passengers will have to go for 14 days quarantine.

All government and constitutional functionaries and their staff members are exempted from quarantine if they are asymptomatic.

Gujarat

Thermal screening shall be running for all passengers coming to the state.

RT-PCR test is not required for Domestic travelers for healthy individuals coming to Gujarat State in any of the stations.

It's compulsory for passengers coming to Surat need to install the SMC Covid-19 App.

Haryana

The thermal screening will be running for all passengers upon
coming to the state.
All passengers having asymptomatic symptoms coming to Haryana will have to undergo 14 days of home quarantine.

Uttarakhand(UK)

The testing will be done for passengers coming from Kerala, Gujarat & Maharashtra free of cost. All passengers will be free from home quarantine if they come with a negative report not more than 72hrs before arrival.

After 15 days of the second dose, Fully vaccinated passengers will be free from the above test to get into the states.

Visitors coming for more than seven days will be Home quarantine.

No quarantine for travelers coming from Uttarakhand with a stay of fewer than seven days.

Govt official from state & center, Judges of SC & H and other officers of judicial, MLA & MP's of Uttarakhand & support staff, are free from quarantine guidelines.

(Rajasthan)

Passengers, already been taken the 1st dose of COVID-19 Vaccination are free from carrying RT-PCR adverse reports while entering Rajasthan and shall also be free from the mandatory Home / Institutional Quarantine.

Passengers who have not taken a single dose vaccine need to carry a negative test report before 72 hours of departure and show the negative information when coming to the state.

Passengers without the report will have to go for 15 days quarantine.

If the Passenger does not belong to Jaipur or Rajasthan (Tourist, Businessman), he will have to make his arrangements to get a quarantine nearby.

"Armed Forces Personnel" coming to Rajasthan are free to produce RT-PCR Negative reports on arrival in the state.

All passengers coming to Rajasthan shall undergo thermal screening and oxygen saturation checks at the Airport.

Tamil Nadu

COVID Testing will be running on symptomatic persons coming from Kerala & Maharashtra. All passengers are coming to Coimbatore to have Auto E-Pass & also carry a negative RT-PCR report not earlier than 72 hours from departure. The same is not.

Home Quarantine of Seven days & self-monitoring for all seven days passengers coming to Tamil Nadu from Kerala & Maharashtra. Other asymptomatic passengers from any other states, apart from
None. Passengers must have aTN e-pass by registering on https://tnepass.tnega.org before their travel.

Maharashtra

Passengers must carry adverse RT-PCR reports not more than 72 hours while entering Maharashtra state. Passengers without RT-PCR reports will not be allowed to board the flights.

All passengers who planned to stay in Maharashtra for seven days or less shall be free from the mandatory quarantine period. Such passengers have to share the details of their return journey.

(Karnataka)

It is mandatory to have a negative RT-PCR certificate not more than 72 hours for all passengers from Maharashtra and Kerala, irrespective of the vaccination status.

Those with COVID -19 symptoms must carry an RT- PCR Negative Test Report for travelers from all other states.

Legal exemptions for negative RT-PCR certificates for travelers from Kerala and Maharashtra are as follows:

a) Constitutional functionaries and health care professionals.

b) Children below two years.

c) In a dire emergency (death in the family, medical treatment, etc.), the passengers' swabs shall be collecting on arrival in the state.

(Kerala)

Travelers from other States coming to Kerala shall carry an RT- PCR negative certificate within 72 hours before the start of the journey.

However, the COVID-19 negative test result does not require travel within Kerala state.

All passengers having asymptomatic symptoms will have to undergo home quarantine for 14 days. Passengers visiting the state for less than7 days are free from home quarantine, and they obtain an entry pass for a short visit.

If any passenger arrives at the Calicut airport without an RT-PCR result, the RT- PCR testing arrangements shall be arranged at the Airport itself. The Passenger shall bear the expense of the test. The Passenger should

All passengers arriving in Kerala must have a valid e-pass after registering their details in the state's COVID Jagratha portal. The Passenger will not be allowed to exit the Airport.

Himachal Pradesh (HP)

All passengers having asymptomatic symptoms arriving from all states will be exempted from quarantine if they carry a COVID negative certificate through the RT-PCR test.

TRUNCATE t/CB NAAT test by an ICMR authorized lab issued not earlier than 96 hours from when the sample was taken.

Asymptomatic passengers coming from cities with a high prevalence of Covid- 19 will have to go for seven days of institutional quarantine, followed by seven days of home quarantine.

Asymptomatic residents of Himachal Pradesh who had traveled to other states for medical, Business, or work purposes maybe be exempted from quarantine if they exit or re-enter the state within 48 hours.

Passengers coming from cities with a high prevalence of Covid-19 may only be exempting from institutional quarantine.

Suppose they are traveling for compelling and exceptional reasons such as pregnancy, human distress, serious illness, death in the family, and parent(s) accompanied by below ten years of children. However, the passengers will then have to undergo home quarantine for 14days.

Passengers must install Aarogya Setu App and register at least 48 hours before arrival.

Security personnel is not required to register on E -Pass if they have arrived to join their official duty.

Jammu and Kashmir

All passengers arriving at Jammu & Kashmir will undergo the Covid19 antigen test through the RT-PCR method or Rapid Antigen test.

Until the test results report should be negative, passengers will have to undergo 14 days of home quarantine.

A passenger without a phone number with an updated Aarogya Setu App will have to undergo institutional quarantine.

Passengers have required to fill up the form on arrival.

Gujarat

The thermal screening will be running for all coming passengers.

No compulsory RT-PCR test for Domestic travel in healthy individuals on arrival in Gujarat State.

It's compulsory for passengers coming to Surat need to install the SMC Covid-19.

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