Update regarding travel guidelines for India during Covid-19

The international tourism is expected to increase in the coming months.

The pandemic has resulted in the closure of many tourism businesses in India. Recently, there have been some updates regarding the guidelines for tourists visiting India. As per the reports, the travel restrictions have been eased and the ‘At Risk’ list of countries will be removed. Also, quarantine restrictions have been dropped.

All the popular destinations in India such as Delhi, Agra, Goa, Rajasthan, and Kerala have been fully opened to receive tourists. The number of domestic tourists has also increased recently. Vaccination is still being considered a mandatory factor for all international tourists.

Following are some of the recent updates regarding international travel to India.

  • All tourists are required to have an e-visa or a regular tourism visa that is issued after 6th October 2021.
  • No Tourists are allowed to enter by land using a tourist visa.
  • All visitors will be screened at the airport for Covid-19 symptoms.
  • Anyone showing the Covid symptoms will be taken to a medical facility for a further checkup.
  • Anyone testing positive for Covid will be taken to a government quarantine facility along with anyone who came in contact with the traveler.
  • All the medical test expenses will be borne by the traveler.
  • Travelers coming from countries that are considered ‘High Risk’ will have to undergo a Covid test on arrival.

Following is the official news article by ‘CNN’ reporting about the list of new guidelines for international travelers visiting India.

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