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Review of COVID-19 Guidelines for International Flight Operations/ Arrivals

30th December 2022

Exemption to to G20 delegates from 2% Covid-19 testing on arrival.

12 January 2023

COVID-19 International Travel Guidelines

For Adult Arrivals

The guidelines for international arrivals coming to India have been reviewed & formulated, taking a risk-based approach. The Government of India has amended the protocols for international travellers in the following manner. It has mandated that:

  • Effective 1st Jan. 2023 (1000 hours IST), all international passengers arriving/ transiting from high-risk countries must mandatorily self-declare on the Air Suvidha portal.
  • A negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report conducted within 72 hours of undertaking the journey from any of the high-risk countries must also be uploaded onto the Air Suvidha portal.
  • The 6 high-risk countries are China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Republic of Korea, Thailand and Japan.
  • Passengers transiting through high - risk countries, irrespective of their originating country before coming to any Indian Airport, must mandatorily self-declare on the Air Suvidha portal along with their negative RT-PCR certificate (as described above).
  • All precautionary measures instituted inside the airplane and at the airport (wearing face masks and maintaining social distancing) must be followed.

2% of passengers per flight will be randomly tested upon arrival at the airport. If they are found to be symptomatic or tested positive, they will be managed as per the standard protocol defined by the COVID-19 latest update. Exemption has been granted to arriving G20 delegates at Indian Airports from 2% random testing for Covid-19.

For Passengers Travelling with Kids

Kids under twelve years of age are exempted from both pre-departure and post-arrival random testing. However, if they reveal signs of coronavirus upon arrival or during the self-monitoring period, they will have to undergo testing. If the results are positive, the kids will be treated according to the laid down protocol.

COVID-19 Guidelines for International Flights

  • During the journey, announcements regarding COVID-19 precautionary measures should be made at the airport and on the plane.
  • The in-flight crew needs to make sure that COVID-19 appropriate behaviour is being followed.
  • If a passenger displays signs of COVID-19 during the journey, he will be isolated as per the protocols.
  • Announcements regarding testing requirements and travellers who need to undergo the exam to avoid crowding at the arrival airport should be made at the airlines.
  • The passengers need to de-board, ensuring physical distancing. At the airport, the health authorities will request to see the self-declaration form and carry out the laid down protocol
  • If any passenger shows symptoms during the screening, they will be isolated as per the laid down guidelines. If they tests positive, their contacts shall be identified and managed according to the laid down protocol.
  • 2% of the passengers will be randomly tested at the arrival airport, after which they will be allowed to leave. The samples will be further sent for genomic testing if they test positive. The COVID-19 treatment for such flyers will be provided according to the latest/ updated standard protocol.
  • Exemption has been granted to arriving G20 delegates at Indian Airports from 2% random testing for Covid-19.
  • International passengers arriving through seaports/ land ports would undergo the same procedure as mentioned above, except the online registration facility is unavailable for such flyers at present.
  • These people must submit the self-declaration form to the authorities at the seaports/ land ports on arrival.

COVID-19 Departure Guidelines for International Passengers

1

Face CoveringsTravellers must wear face masks/ covers inside the terminal building, railway platform, and bus stations.

2

Hygiene The airports are adhering to an enhanced cleaning regime. Hand sanitisation stations are present throughout the terminals.

3

Check-inPassengers travelling via intercontinental or European flights are recommended to arrive three hours in advance.

4

SecurityThe standard security rules are the same as before. During the check, travellers are recommended to wear a face-covering, although they might be asked to remove it if selected for an additional search.

5

The Departure LoungeThe shops, restaurants, and lounges are open for travellers. Flyers are advised to make the payment via card wherever possible.

6

BoardingCheck the screens for information on the departure gate. Follow the guidelines mandated by the airline and wear a face mask if asked. Have a pleasant trip.

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India Vaccine Progress

As on : 06 Feb 2023 12:02 PM

Vaccine Progress

84,51,80,590 (63.4%) 2nd dose administered

99,85,01,718 (74.9%) 1nd dose administered

1,33,30,00,000 Total population

140.15 Dose per 100 people

Data from : CDC, WHO, ECDC, Wikipedia - The New York Times

Cases Across India

As on : 06 Feb 2023 12:02 PM

Vaccine Progress

12,340 480 Active Cases (0.03%)

4,25,13,248 1,547 Discharged

5,22,006 40 Deaths (1.21%)

4,30,47,594 2,067 Total Cases

Data from : CDC, WHO, ECDC, Wikipedia - The New York Times

Airport Covid Preparedness

Every corner sanitized for passenger safety

Every Corner Sanitized for Passenger Safety

Maintaining social distancing With Floor Stickers

Maintaining Social Distancing with Floor Stickers

Maintaining social distancing With Floor Stickers

Enhanced Hygiene Facilities Inside the Airport

Contactless check-in experience

Contactless Check-In Experience

Contactless check-in experience

Thermal Screening of All Passengers

Hassle-free boarding pass printing with Scan & Fly facility

Hassle-Free Boarding Pass Printing with Scan & Fly Facility

COVID appropriate behaviour at all checkpoints

COVID Appropriate Behaviour at All Checkpoints

Social distancing markers and stickers throughout the Airport

Social Distancing Markers and Stickers Throughout the Airport

Every corner sanitized for passenger safety

Every Corner Sanitized for Passenger Safety

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