New guidelines for overseas travellers issued by the Ministry of Health
The Indian Ministry of Health has announced new guidelines for international incoming passengers, which will take effect on January 11
New guidelines for international travellers have been announced by India's Ministry of Health. All international passengers would be required to spend 7 days in home quarantine upon arrival in India, according to the new standards.
The new regulations will take effect on January 11th. A RT-PCR test is also necessary on the eighth day after the quarantine is lifted, according to the rules.