Int'l passengers mandated to upload RT-PCR report on Air Suvidha app post arrival

New Delhi, Jan 14 (IANS): International passengers arriving in India will now need to upload their RT-PCR report on the Air Suvidha portal for the test done on the eighth day of arrival.

As per the fresh guidelines, all international passengers must mandatorily be quarantined at home for seven days, followed by an RT-PCR test on the eighth day.

Earlier, isolation was needed only for those passengers coming from "at risk" countries.

If the passenger tests negative on the eight day, she/he will have to further monitor her/his health for the next seven days.

"As per the latest government guidelines, passengers arriving in India will have to upload the repeat RT-PCR test done on the 8th Day of arrival on the Air Suvidha portal," the Ministry of Civil Aviation tweeted.



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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Jan 15 2022

    Terrible .When one comes home ,first of all have to go around with this tests and apps ,uploading ,downloading.not once but twice or more?cant have some quiet time with family,or children ,parents.Give out money is naturally understanding.First of all foreigners have to spend time with tests,how it is with local people?do they too must do ´?Who checkes them?There is more possibilities to get a infection from local ones but not foreigners.Best is when not other way is stay where you are,protect yourself.visit when India when there are

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