India Domestic Travel Guidelines

Travel within Indian tourism destinations is now Become more explorable after covid19 arrival. before planning your tour for domestic travel in India, Read carefully state travel guidelines to avoid any issue in your tour later. Here is guidelines issue by states for tourism.

ICMR Advisory on Inter-State Travel RT-PCR Reports

The Indian Council of Medical Research released new guidelines for using RT-PCR tests on Tuesday in order to relieve pressure on diagnostic laboratories in the face of an increase in coronavirus cases. According to the research organization, the laboratories were having difficulty meeting the planned testing schedule due to a "extraordinary" caseload and workers testing positive for the infection.

The need for an RT-PCR test for safe individuals undertaking inter-state domestic travel can be eliminated entirely, according to the ICMR in its advisory. It goes on to say that all asymptomatic domestic travelers must adhere to Covid-19-compliant conduct.

Punjab Travel Guidelines


Given the state's increasingly rising COVID incidents, Punjab's Chief Minister, Amarinder Singh, has declared a weekend lockdown and extended the current night curfew by two hours. The night curfew will now begin at 6 p.m. and last until 5 a.m. every day.

On weekends, the lockout will begin at 6 p.m. on Fridays and end at 5 a.m. on Mondays. These limitations will remain in effect until further notice.

These limitations, in addition to the previous ones, will be in force until May 30, according to a directive issued by the Punjab Home Department to all deputy commissioners and district police chiefs.

You Can Travel To Punjab. But, you must have an RT-PCR negative report from an ICMR-accredited lab within 72 hours of departure. Those who do not have this report will be expected to undergo a RAT test at their own expense upon arrival.

As part of new restrictions imposed on 3rd May in response to rising COVID-19 cases and fatalities, the Punjab government announced on Monday that no more than two people should travel in a vehicle, that government offices must have 50% staffing, and that those entering the state must have a negative coronavirus test record.

Anyone arriving in Punjab by air, train, or road must have a negative COVID report that is less than 72 hours old or produces a vaccination certificate that is at least one dose and more than two weeks old.

In the state, all four-wheeler passenger vehicles, including cars and taxis, will be limited to seating no more than two passengers. Vehicles transporting patients to hospitals, on the other hand, would be exempted, according to the instructions.

Passengers from the Delhi NCR area will be required to register online and will be quarantined at home for 14 days. Registration is possible via the Punjab government's official website or the COVA app.

More Info Visit https://cova.punjab.gov.in/registration


Himachal Travel Guidelines


According to a state government notification, online registration is now required for people wishing to join Himachal Pradesh as of 27 April 2021 midnight. The state health secretary released the order on Sunday under the HP Epidemic Disease (COVID-19) Regulations, 2020. All people wishing to enter the state must register online, and details of their arrival will be shared with all parties involved for the purposes of quarantine and contact tracing, according to the order.

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This will be in effect from midnight on 27 April 2021 until midnight on 17 May 2021. But Now it is Extended Till 26th May

Those who have been vaccinated and a time of at least 14 days have elapsed after the second dose of vaccine will not be quarantined, it said, adding that the individual must have the final vaccination certificate provided to him or her. The quarantine will also not be needed for those who travel to Himachal Pradesh from hotspot areas for a short period of time, not exceeding 72 hours, for medical, business, or office purposes, according to the statement.

all returnees from coronavirus hotspots will be considered as "high-risk contacts" and quarantine for 14 days after entry into the state, or sooner if tested negative for COVID-19 on the sixth or seventh day after entry.

More Info Visit http://hptdc.in/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/covid_orders_25042021.pdf


Delhi Travel Guidelines


A negative RT-PCR report (not older than 72 hours prior to the journey) will be needed for all such persons flying from Maharashtra to the NCT of Delhi. Passengers that are discovered without a derogatory warning will be quarantined for 14 days. If they are asymptomatic

The Delhi government Before declared a six-day lockdown until 24th May 2021, But Now extend Lockdown till 31th May 2021, in response to the growing number of Covid-19 cases in the national capital and across the world.

Though excessive travel and vehicle movement are prohibited in the national capital, there are some exceptions. Subject to the issuance of a valid identification card, government officials, employees of autonomous bodies and PSUs, critical service personnel, and vehicles from related sectors are able to move freely.

There are no restrictions on inter-state or intra-state movement or essential Goods transportation. The Delhi Metro and public buses are operational, but only 50% of the seats are filled. Autos and electric autorickshaws are only permitted to carry two passengers. Taxis and app cabs are also permitted to transport two passengers with a valid reason to travel. Petrol stations, CNG stations, and LPG stations are all operational.


Maharashtra Travel Guidelines


Following an unprecedented increase in active COVID-19 incidents, the Maharashtra government has placed a curfew with the following conditions:

  1. No one will be allowed to travel around unless they have a legitimate purpose.
  2. Shopping parks, malls, auditoriums, theaters, religious establishments, gyms, stadiums, and fields, as well as other public venues such as beaches and gardens, will remain closed. (Restaurants can continue to provide home delivery and takeout services.)
  3. Restaurants, weekly markets, vegetable/fruit markets, bakeries, mithai shops, and alcoholic beverage stores will all be closed.
  4. Grooming facilities, such as beauty salons and saloons, as well as all other types of stores (except those mentioned below), will be closed.
  5. Gatherings for social, political, educational, or religious reasons would be prohibited.
  6. Weddings will be limited to 25 guests and must be completed in no more than 2 hours. Ceremonies on the spur of the moment are not allowed. Anyone caught breaking this rule will be fined INR 50,000.
  7. Taxis, cabs, rickshaws, and private two- and four-wheeler vehicles will be permitted only for necessary purposes.

Please keep in mind that both domestic and foreign passengers arriving at either of Maharashtra's airports will be thermally screened. If they are considered to be symptomatic, they must be screened for COVID-19 at their own cost.

Intra-state travel is currently prohibited, except in emergency situations.

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