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The center announced new guidelines for travelers from the UK, Brazil, China and 7 countries amid the new eruption of COVID;  Check it out here

The center announced new guidelines for travelers from the UK, Brazil, China and 7 countries amid the new eruption of COVID; Check it out here

New Delhi | News Desk: The Indian government on Monday (November 15) announced that travelers from several European countries, including Great Britain, South Africa, Brazil, Bangladesh, Botswana, China, Mauritius, New Zealand, Zimbabwe and Singapore, will have to follow additional measures. When the Govt-19 protocol came to India, the ANI news agency reported.

“European countries, including the UK, South Africa, Brazil, Bangladesh, Botswana, China, Mauritius, New Zealand, Zimbabwe and Singapore, will have to take further steps, including post-arrival checks, when the ANI visits India from its official Twitter account. Page released.

In addition, the Govt-19 test for travelers from these countries will be conducted upon arrival in India.

Since November 11, India has allowed non-segregated travel for citizens of 99 countries accrediting India’s Govt-19 vaccine certificates, as per the revised guidelines for international visits issued by the Ministry of Health.

“There are mutual countries and regulations recognizing Indian vaccination certificates, and India allows its citizens to travel without segregation,” the guidelines say.

China, Japan, South Korea and Indonesia are not on the list.

In addition, those from unlisted countries should be tested for Covit-19 upon arrival, followed by 7 days of isolation at home, and another test on the 8th day, regardless of vaccine status.

The government added that passengers who showed symptoms during the screening would be immediately isolated and taken to a medical center as per protocol. In addition, the contacts of the suspicious case and, in the same row, three rows in front and three rows behind and other passengers seated with the identified cabin crew should be checked.

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Meanwhile, the Seychelles Ministry of Health announced on Monday that visitors will enter from all countries, including India, regardless of the status of the Govt-19 vaccine. However, all passengers must provide a negative PCR test within 72 hours of departure.

Posted by: Sukanta Ja