India lifts quarantine rules for international passengers from ‘risk countries’ from Feb 14 (Press Note)
Thursday 10 February 2022 8:13 AM UTC
NEW DELHI Feb 10: India government has today revised guidelines for international arrivals, removing the category of ‘at risk’ countries – introduced when the Omicron Covid variant emerged – and also recommending self-monitoring of 14 days for symptoms against the current seven days of home quarantine.
The change comes into effect from February 14, 12.01 am (IST)., the Union Health Ministry said.
According to the new guidelines, all foreign arrivals must fill a self-declaration form online (available at the Air Suvidha web portal), including a travel history of the past 14 days.
They must also upload a negative RT-PCR test that was conducted within 72 hours of the travel date.
Alternatively, they can also upload a certificate confirming they have received both vaccine doses.