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Govt scraps Covid-19 test for international arrivals
Dais Editorials | 11/02/2022 08:44 AM | Click to read full article
Passengers arriving in India will no longer have to get tested for Covid-19 at the airport before stepping out and the list of "at-risk" countries has been done away with, according to the government's revised guidelines for international arrivals announced on Thursday.
Incoming travellers have been advised to immediately self-isolate and report to their nearest health facility, call the national helpline number 1075 ,or the relevant state helpline number if they develop Covid-19 symptoms.