Covid in India: Passengers arriving in India from these 5 countries including China, Japan are required to show a negative RT-PCR report from January 1!

Sensing the danger of Corona wreaking havoc in China, the Indian Ministry of Health has now gone into action mode. Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya has issued new guidelines for passengers coming to India from abroad, in which passengers coming from different countries will now have to show a negative Covid report. That is, if you return from abroad, then you will have to present the negative report of the Kovid test. Full information on which countries the government has published for this is provided below.

In view of the danger of Kovid infection in India, new instructions have now been issued for passengers coming from international flights. Passengers coming from abroad will now have to submit a negative Kovid report. According to the Press Trust of India report, Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya has released a list of some countries from which it is now mandatory to show this report for passengers arriving in India. In issuing government instructions, it has been said that passengers returning from China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Thailand will be required to show a negative Covid report. These instructions will be implemented from January 1st.

Passengers from these countries will be required to upload the negative Covid RT PCR test report on the Air Suvidha portal before coming to India. The passenger must upload this report on the portal before departure. It has also been said here that only test reports made before 72 hours of travel in India will be valid.

According to the data released by the Union Ministry of Health, 268 new Kovid cases were reported in India in the last 24 hours. Earlier in the day, 188 new cases were reported. There are currently 3,552 total Covid cases in India, which is 0.01 percent of the total positive cases in the country. In view of the rising infection, the government also began to monitor personal protective equipment, masks, ventilators, and many kinds of medicines exported from India. The ministry says that these steps have already been taken as a precautionary measure to control the difficult situation that may arise due to the rapid increase in Covid infection.

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