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IMPORTANT: ADHERE TO GOVERNMENT-ISSUED GUIDELINES

Most states and union territories have released their own guidelines for inbound and outbound travellers vis-à-vis passes, permits, quarantine rules and other requirements. Please go through the guidelines of your source and destination states and union territories carefully before planning your travel, for a hassle-free experience.

Updated on 2 July

Disclaimer: The information provided below is only for ready reference and convenience of customers, and is not exhaustive. We strongly recommend that you check the full text of the guidelines issued by the State Government or District Administration of the city of origin, transit cities and destination city around travel restrictions or requirements before booking and/or undertaking travel.

  • Andaman and Nicobar Islands

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All passengers would be required to undergo screening upon arrival.
    • All passengers would be required to share their contact details and residential address of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
    • All asymptomatic passengers would be allowed to travel to their residence/next destination by local/private transport.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All travellers entering the state are required to undergo 14 days of home quarantine.
  • Andhra Pradesh

      Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All passengers entering Andhra Pradesh from Covid hotspots will be kept in institutional quarantine for 7 days, followed by another 7 days of home quarantine.
    • For passengers travelling from other regions (non-Covid hotspots), 14 days of home quarantine is required. Covid hotspots are defined as Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.
    • All travellers to the state must submit their details on the Spandana state portal. More details can be found at: https://www.ap.gov.in/?page_id=66
    • Testing shall be done as per the protocol communicated by MH&FW department from time to time. The persons can be released for home quarantine, once they test negative with proper intimation to village/ward level health functionaries.
    • Train Travel Guidelines

    • All passengers entering the state by Special Trains or Shramik Trains run by the Railways would be sent to the nearest DRC.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • You have to apply online for an e-Pass to travel inter-state but not inter-district.
    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
    • Time taken to issue a pass is 24 hours.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • Restrictions are applicable in Containment Zones.
    • Spandana site has to be followed for registration of e-Pass.
    • All incoming travellers have to take tests at the check-post and only then can they enter the state.
    • Link to e-Pass: https://bit.ly/2XpBKMI
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19AndhraPradeshAdvisory.pdf
  • Assam

      Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All travellers entering the state must undergo 7 days of institutional quarantine, followed by another 7 days of home quarantine.
    • Exceptions to the quarantine rule are:
      1. Those who have a same-day return ticket
      2. Pregnant women, elderly people (over 75 years of age and requiring assistance), children below 10 years who are travelling with parents and siblings, the differently abled, immediate relatives of hospitalised patients and patients who have recently undergone cardiac, kidney or cancer treatment/surgery/transplant.
    • Air Travel Guidelines

    • All incoming passengers will be screened at thermal screening booths manned by medical staff.
    • After disembarking from the flight, passengers are required to walk up to the health desks in groups of 20-25 while maintaining distance of 1 metre.
    • There are booths outside the airport to collect undertakings from passengers and give information on the district-wise quarantine and testing centres.
    • All transit passengers travelling to other areas of North East India will be allowed to depart for their destination directly, provided they do not have any stoppages in Assam.
    • All the departure points at the airport have screening booths. All those wishing to fly out of the state, will be screened. Symptomatic travellers will not be allowed to enter the airport and have to undergo further health checks as per administration’s guidelines.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • The state government will be running bus services four times a day from Guwahati to various districts across Assam.
    • Passengers are allowed to either hire authorized taxis or use private vehicles. But vehicle details and name of destination must be provided to the district administration in the form of signed undertakings.
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19AssamAdvisory.pdf
  • Bihar
  • Chandigarh

      Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All visitors staying for more than 3 days (72 hours) in Chandigarh have to register themselves on http://admser.chd.nic.in/visitregis/
    • Random thermal screening will be conducted at railways stations, bus stops and airport.
    • Symptomatic passengers will be taken to a clinic and assessed for severity of symptoms and accordingly advised home isolation or hospitalisation.
    • Asymptomatic passengers visiting for more than 3 days (72 hours) must home quarantine themselves for 14 days.
    • Those who are transiting through Chandigarh or staying for less than 3 days (72 hours) are not required to undergo quarantine, as long as they can show their return journey details.
    • All visitors are advised to download the Aarogya Setu App and update their health status on it.
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19ChandigarhAdvisory.pdf
  • Chhattisgarh

      Mandatory for travellers

    • You have to apply online for an e-Pass before travelling to Chhattisgarh. Link: http://epass.cgcovid19.in
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All travellers entering the state must undergo home quarantine for 14 days.
    • Air Travel Guidelines

    • All air travellers would be allowed to de-board the aircraft in batches of 20, after which they will have to sign required documents and undergo health screening.
    • All international travellers landing at airports without connecting flights to Raipur have to arrange for self-paid vehicles to take them to their destinations. Help shall be provided by the State Nodal Authority for the same.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
    • Time taken to issue pass is minimum 24 hours.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • Medical certificate is required in case reason for travel is on medical grounds. This includes names of medicines.
    • Customers have to enter the cab number and reason of travelling to create an e-Pass.
    • Original ID proof of the customer is required during travels.
    • Pass is generated from the source city. (Customer has to mandatorily click on Round Trip and choose Return Date as an option in the e-Pass).
    • Vehicle details are required to raise an e-Pass.
    • e-Pass Link: https://bit.ly/3doa2W8
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19ChattisgarhAdvisory.pdf
  • Dadra & Nagar Haveli And Daman & Diu

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All passengers would be required to undergo screening upon arrival.
    • Passengers from Gujarat would be required to stay in a specified area at the airport and would be dropped off to the borders of the district. They would have to arrange for their transport from thereon. If required, they will be assisted by the district administration to contact the administration of their destination.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Passengers whose test results are positive will be kept under institutional quarantine and the rest can quarantine themselves at home for 14 days.
    • Hotel Guidelines

    • Hotels are now open, except for the ones located in containment zones, which shall remain closed until further notice.
    • According to Government issued advisories, those above 65 years of age and those with co-morbidities are strongly advised to avoid travel and hotel stays.
    • Those staying in hotels must wear face mask and practice social distancing at all times.
    • Online advance booking is mandatory and must be done at least 2 days before the date of arrival. This will help the administration maintain a list of visitors arriving in every hotel.
  • Delhi

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All passengers are advised to download the Aarogya Setu app on their mobile phones.
    • All passengers are required to use face covers/masks, and are required to follow hand hygiene, respiratory hygiene, and environmental hygiene.
    • All travellers must follow social distancing measures at airports/railway stations/bus terminals.
    • Air Travel Guidelines

    • All passengers will have to undergo thermal screening at the point of departure, and only asymptomatic travellers would be allowed to continue further.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All passengers showing moderate to severe symptoms will be admitted to dedicated COVID health facilities.
    • Travellers to Delhi who are not exhibiting any symptoms are required to undergo home quarantine for 7 days.
    • Safety Measures

    • All airports/bus terminals/railway stations will be regularly sanitized/disinfected, and will be equipped with soaps and sanitizers. Thermal screening would be done at all exit points.
    • All passenger details would be shared by concerned authorities with government officers, on a daily basis.
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19DelhiAdvisory.pdf
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • No e-Pass is required to travel from Delhi to Haryana or Uttar Pradesh.
    • E-Pass is required to travel to and from Delhi to Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab,
    • Jammu & Kashmir and Uttarakhand.
    • Application for e-Pass must be filed in the source state.
    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • No e-Pass is required for travelling inter-district (movement in cantonment area is not
    • allowed).
    • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
    • Time taken to issue the pass is minimum 24 hours.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children
    • less than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • A medical certificate is required for customers in case the reason for travel is on medical
    • grounds. This includes the names of medicines.
    • Pass is generated from the source city.
    • Pass depicts that round trip is optional. Customer has to mandatorily click on Round Trip
    • and choose Return Date as an option while applying for the e-Pass.
    • Original ID proof of customer is required during travel.
    • Stranded people during lockdown who want to go to other states and category of
    • people providing essential services are eligible to travel with e-Pass.
    • Curfew e-Pass is being issued for those who are engaged in essential service likes
    • manufacturing and transportation and those who work in storage and shops, but do not
    • have a government or private ID.
    • Vehicle number and vehicle RC is required to apply for e-Pass.
    • e-Pass Link:  https://bit.ly/3dlNG7G
  • Goa

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • A self-declaration form must be filled online and downloaded from the Goa online portal. The same must be printed, signed and submitted at the border check post. Check posts will also have hard copies of the self-declaration forms for the convenience of travellers. Link: https://goaonline.gov.in/appln/uil/deptservices?__DocId=REV&__ServiceId=REV18
    • For complete information on Goa’s Covid-19 policy and guidelines, please visit: https://www.goa.gov.in/covid-19/goa-fights-covid-19/#!
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All passengers entering Goa by air, rail or road will have to undergo thermal screening at the entry point.
    • Symptomatic passengers have to undergo mandatory testing and follow it up with quarantine.
    • Asymptomatic passengers will be given the following three options:
      1. Produce a Covid-negative certificate issued by an ICMR authorised lab, not more than 48 hours prior to arrival in Goa.
      2. Go for mandatory 14 days of home quarantine. They will be hand-stamped and their family members will also be required to maintain home quarantine. If someone does not have any place to home quarantine, they can opt for self-paid institutional quarantine for 14 days.
      3. Opt for a swab-test (cost INR 2000) and stay in self-paid institutional quarantine till the results come.
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: https://goaonline.gov.in/entryterms
  • Gujarat

      Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All travellers have to undergo 14 days of home quarantine.
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19GujaratAdvisory.pdf
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • You have to apply online for an e-Pass for inter-state travel by clicking here: https://bit.ly/36Qnlfs  - e-Pass is not required to travel within the state. However, movement in containment zones is not allowed.http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19GujaratAdvisory.pdf
  • Haryana

      Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All travellers entering the state need to self-monitor their health for 14 days.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • No e-Pass is required to travel inter-state or inter-district.
    • e-Pass is required to travel to and from Haryana to Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir
    • and Uttarakhand.
    • Application for e-Pass must be filed in the destination state.
    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less than 10
    • years have been advised to stay home.
    • All non-essential and essential travel is allowed.
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19HaryanaAdvisory.pdf
  • Himachal Pradesh

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All passengers have to mandatorily install the Aarogya Setu app before boarding flights/trains to Himachal Pradesh.
    • All passengers should maintain social distancing protocols and follow all guidelines issued by the Government of India.
    • All passengers will have to undergo screening at the airport/railway station before commencing their journey to Himachal Pradesh, and again at the border check posts of the district concerned of Himachal Pradesh.
    • Airline ticket, valid boarding pass and confirmed train tickets would be considered valid documents for passengers to move beyond the Airport Arrival Terminals and Railway Stations to their respective destinations in Himachal Pradesh. However, all travellers should carry a valid ID card to prove her/his identity at the state entry points.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Travellers from red zone have to undergo 14 days of institutional quarantine while those from orange/green zone need to undergo 14 days of home quarantine.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • You have to apply online for an e-Pass to travel inter-state.
    • No e-Pass is required for inter-district travel.
    • Only three people can travel with one driver.
    • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
    • Time taken to issue the pass is minimum 24 hours.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • Medical certificate is required in case reason for travel is on medical grounds. This includes names of medicines.
    • Driver and cab details are required while applying for e-Pass.
    • It is mandatory to use the Arogya Setu app.
    • Customers have to select 'Additional Person Accompanying' and fill the details of their driver.
    • Original ID proof of customer is required during travel.
    • Pass is generated from the source city. (Customer has to mandatorily click on Round Trip and choose Return Date as an option in the e-Pass).
    • Vehicle and driver details required to raise an e-Pass.
    • e-Pass Link: https://bit.ly/2UeYhdl
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19HimachalPradeshAdvisory.pdf
    • Hotel Guidelines

    • Hotels are now open for non-tourism purposes, which means those visiting the state for official/ business reasons can stay in the hotels. Local residents can also opt to stay in the hotels.
  • Jammu & Kashmir

      Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All passengers or returnees entering Jammu & Kashmir, by air, and also by road and rail, would have to undergo compulsory COVID-19 testing.
    • All travellers would be kept under administrative quarantine till the test result is shown negative, after which they would be released for home quarantine.
    • Travellers testing positive for COVID-19 would be sent to a COVID hospital for treatment.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • You have to apply online for an e-Pass to travel inter-state and inter-district.
    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
    • Time taken to issue the pass is minimum 24 hours.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less
    • than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • Medical certificate is required in case reason for travel is on medical grounds. This includes
    • names of medicines.
    • Pass is generated from the source city. (Customer has to mandatorily click on Round Trip and
    • choose Return Date as an option in the e-Pass).
    • Customers have to select 'Additional Person Accompanying' and fill the details of their
    • driver.
    • Original ID proof of customer is required during travel.
    • Driver details and vehicle details are both required to raise an e-Pass.
    • e-Pass Link: https://bit.ly/2U2fQ02 and https://bit.ly/3cnVJiU
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19JammuAndKashmirAdvisory.pdf
  • Jharkhand
  • Karnataka

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All travellers entering Karnataka must self-register on the Seva Sindhu Portal by providing their name, address, phone number and other travel/stay-related details. https://sevasindhu.karnataka.gov.in/Sevasindhu/English
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • No e-Pass is required for inter and intra state travel.
    • Customers have to mandatorily register on Seva Sindhu Portal before entering the state (Self Registration).
    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • Travellers from other states entering into Karnataka have to stay in institutional quarantine as per government policy.
    • Restrictions are applicable in containment zones.
    • Customers entering from Maharashtra will have to undergo 7 days of institutional quarantine, if asymptomatic.
    • Customers need an e-Pass in case the destination state asks for the same to enter the respective state.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All travellers from Maharashtra must undergo 7 days of institutional quarantine while travellers from both Delhi and Tamil Nadu must undergo 3 days of institutional quarantine.
    • Travellers from states other than Maharashtra, Delhi and Tamil Nadu must undergo 14 days of mandatory home quarantine.
    • Travellers from states other than Maharashtra, Delhi and Tamil Nadu must undergo 14 days of mandatory home quarantine.
      1. They must show a confirmed flight/ train ticket with a departure date that is no later than 7 days from the arrival date.
      2. Business travellers arriving by road need to provide an address proof of the person they intend to meet in Karnataka.
      3. They have to produce a Covid negative test certificate which is not more than 2 days old.
      4. Those who do not have a Covid negative test certificate have to undergo mandatory institutional quarantine for two days, within which time they need to get a test done at their own expense. Once the test comes negative, they are exempted from quarantine.
    • Business travellers from other states who are found to be asymptomatic are exempted from quarantine and hand stamping if they can produce confirmed return train/flight ticket no later than 7 days from the date of arrival. In case of road travel, they must provide address proof of native state.
    • Transit travellers must produce proof on onward journey no later than 1 day from the date of arrival. In case of road travel, they must produce ID as well as address proof in destination state. All transit travellers going by road will be hand-stamped.
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit:. http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19KarnatakaAdvisory.pdf
  • Kerala

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All travellers travelling outside Kerala are required to get exit passes issued from the District Administration at designated airports, after undergoing health screening.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • After travellers entering Kerala must undergo 14 days of home quarantine.
    • There will be no mandatory quarantine for those visiting Kerala on short term trips. They have to instead obtain an entry pass.
    • Air Travel Guidelines

    • Boarding pass would only be issued to passengers who produce a valid entry pass obtained from the Covid19Jagratha portal.
    • Pick-up vehicles with one person other than the driver are allowed to enter the airport and are directed to follow social distancing norms. If the person picking up the passenger comes in physical contact with the passenger, s/he shall also be home quarantined for 14 days.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • You have to apply online for an e-Pass to travel inter-state but not for inter-district travel.
    • Only three people can travel with one driver.
    • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
    • Time taken to issue a pass requires 24 hours.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • Pass is valid for both ways by default.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • There is no permission for pickup or drop if your location falls in Containment Zone.
    • Vehicle Number is required to raise an e-Pass.
    • Link: https://bit.ly/3cszZT8 and https://bit.ly/3cq5yNF
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19KeralaAdvisory.pdf
  • Manipur

      Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All passengers entering Manipur are required to undergo institutional quarantine for 14 days.
  • Madhya Pradesh

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All the inbound and outbound travellers are required to submit a self-declaration form stating their personal contact details.
    • All passengers who are under observation for showing symptoms of COVID-19, would be required to download the Aarogya Setu app mandatorily, for contact tracing purposes.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • There will be no mandatory quarantine. Proactive self-monitoring is advised.
    • All travellers entering the state who show symptoms will be taken to a nearby health care facility.
    • Air Travel Guidelines

    • All inbound and outbound travellers have to undergo medical check-up and thermal screening at the arrival and departure points at the airport.
    • Respective district collectors will be notified about all symptomatic passengers who are not residents of the district where the airport is located or are travelling to other districts.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • You have to apply online for an e-Pass to travel inter-state or inter-district.
    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less
    • than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • Pass is generated from the source city. (Customer has to mandatorily click on Round Trip and
    • choose Return Date as an option in the e-Pass).
    • Original ID proof of customer is required during travel.
    • Vehicle details are required to raise an e-Pass.
    • e-Pass Link: https://bit.ly/3dmG8S5
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19MPAdvisory.pdf
  • Maharashtra

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All passengers travelling to Maharashtra are required to declare that they are not coming from any containment zone, and are free of COVID-19.
    • All passengers have to declare that they have not tested positive for COVID-19 in the last two months and are not placed under quarantine.
    • Any passenger found travelling without meeting the required conditions would face penal action.
    • All passengers, crew and staff will have to wear masks and follow sanitation rules.
    • Passengers will not be allowed to enter containment zones or hotspot areas.
    • All passengers need to inform the authorities about their place of stay if they are not putting up at their homes.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All passengers would be stamped on their left hand, and are required to be under home isolation for 14 days.
    • Passengers travelling to Maharashtra for less than a week, are exempted from home isolation, provided they furnish details of their onward/return journey.
    • Air Travel Guidelines

    • Airlines and airports are required to ensure social distancing norms at all times, and passengers are required to undergo thermal screening.
    • All passengers are allowed to travel to the airport in their personal vehicles, as long as they don’t travel from a containment zone.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • Travel within Mumbai Metropoliton Region is allowed without an e-Pass.
    • Inter-district movement is allowed with an e-Pass. Movement is not allowed in Containment
    • Zone/Red Zone.
    • Inter-state movement is not allowed as per the guidelines.
    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof (like Aadhaar
    • Card) and Medical Certificate. Medical certificate is mandatory.
    • Time taken to issue the pass is minimum 48 hours.
    • Religious places to remain closed across the state during the lockdown period.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less
    • than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • There is no permission for pickup or drop if your location falls in Containment Zone.
    • Pass is generated from the source city. (Customer has to mandatorily click on Round Trip and
    • choose Return Date as an option in the e-Pass).
    • From any city to Nashik, customers are advised to take the Covid Test and stay home
    • quarantined for 14 Days.
    • e-Pass Link: https://covid19.mhpolice.in/
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19MaharashtraAdvisory.pdf
  • Meghalaya

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Registration for all travellers is mandatory and can be done online at: www.meghalayaonline.gov.in/covid/registerall.htm
    • Post registration, confirmation of the itinerary can be done by calling the following numbers between 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 7005629354 / 8974254116 / 9863064839 / 9436103308
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • People returning from other states to Meghalaya would have to undergo the testing protocols prescribed by the Health and Family Welfare Department.
    • Upon returning, passengers would be taken to Shillong or Tura for testing, and kept in institutional quarantine for up to 48 hours till test results are known. Pick-up arrangements can be made thereafter from Shillong/Tura.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • Pick up of passengers from Guwahati Airport or Guwahati Railway Station is not permitted till 10th June.
    • The Transport Department will arrange for buses to pick up passengers from Guwahati Airport and Guwahati Railway Station.
  • Mizoram

      Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • Visitors to the state can either choose 14 days of institutional quarantine or 21 days of home quarantine.
    • They also need to register on: https://mcovid19.mizoram.gov.in/
  • Nagaland

      Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • Travellers from Green and Orange Zones will be screened on arrival and if found asymptomatic, will have to undergo institutional quarantine for 3 days, followed by a mandatory home quarantine for another 14 days.
    • Those travelling from or through Red Zones will be screened and sent for mandatory 14 days of institutional quarantine, followed by another 14 days of home quarantine.
    • Those who want to travel to Dimapur, Mon and Peren will be initially quarantined at Dimapur, after which provisions will be made to assist their travel to the respective districts. Further mandatory quarantine will be required, as per rules in these respective districts.
    • For districts other than those mentioned above, initial quarantine will be at Kohima, after which arrangements will be made for travellers to travel to their respective districts to complete the remainder of their quarantine at District Quarantine Centres/homes as the case may be.
    • Those who’re required to complete home quarantine will be stamped with a Quarantine Stamp at the back of their hands. This stamp will mention the end date of quarantine. In addition, indelible ink will also be applied to their right hand thumb.
    • Air Travel Guidelines

    • Every passenger shall be screened by the medical department. Asymptomatic passengers will be ferried to Agri Expo site in designated buses arranged by the transport department, in police escort. Symptomatic passengers shall be taken to designated medical facilities for treatment.
    • On arrival at the Agri Expo site, passengers will be screened, segregated and placed in pre-designated quarantine centres either in Kohima or Dimapur.
    • Vehicles will not be allowed at the airport.
    • Rail Travel Guideline

    • Transport department will arrange for a sufficient fleet of buses to carry passengers from the railway station to Agri Expo, and thereafter to quarantine centres.
    • All passengers will be screened via thermal cameras at the railway station.
    • Asymptomatic passengers will be ferried to Agri Expo site in designated buses arranged by the transport department, in police escort. Symptomatic passengers shall be taken to designated medical facilities for treatment.
    • On arrival at Agri Expo site, the passengers will be screened, segregated and placed in pre-designated quarantine centres, either in Kohima or Dimapur.
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19NagalandAdvisory.pdf
  • Odisha

      Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All passengers would have to undergo 14 days of home quarantine.
    • Returnees in rural areas would be required to undergo 7 days of institutional quarantine, post which, asymptomatic returnees will be discharged to undergo home quarantine for 7 more days. However, if the travellers do not have the facility for home quarantine, they would be required to undergo institutional quarantine, the cost of which will have to be paid by the travellers.
    • Quarantine period may be extended as per the directives of local authorities.
    • If any rural returnee in quarantine, develops symptoms requiring medical attention, he/she would be shifted to COVID-19 Care Centre/COVID Hospital.
    • Returnees to urban areas will compulsorily have to stay in home quarantine for 14 days, as per the guidelines issued by the H&FW Dept., Govt. of Odisha. In case of proper home quarantine facility not being there, the travellers will have to undergo institutional/paid quarantine for a duration as specified by the local authorities.
    • Travellers Exempted from Mandatory Quarantine

    • Government officials, professionals, or others travelling to Odisha for work intending to exit the state within 72 hours of arrival.
    • Government officials, professionals, or others who have travelled from Odisha for work, and are returning to the state within 72 hours of departure from Odisha.
    • Any returnee who has already undergone prescribed quarantine.
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19OdishaAdvisory.pdf
  • Punjab

      Guidelines for International Travellers:

    • All passengers are required to download and activate the COVA app.
    • Passengers entering Punjab would be required to hand over self-declaration forms with personal and health details to the authorities, and undergo screening as per the health protocol, at the point of entry.
    • Symptomatic passengers would be further taken for testing and if found to be positive, would be treated as per standard protocol.
    • Asymptomatic passengers and travellers who test negative, would be taken to paid institutional quarantine and o undergo COVID-19 testing on the fifth day.
      1. If tested negative, they would be required to complete 7 days of institutional quarantine and advised for further 7 days of home quarantine along with self-monitoring of their health status.
      2. Passengers who test positive would be shifted to the government isolation facility and treated as per health protocols.
    • In case of exceptional cases like pregnancy, death in the family and severe mental illness, passengers can undergo 14 days of home quarantine with special permission from the Deputy Commissioner and after intimation to the Health Department.
    • Guidelines for Domestic Travel (by air/train/inter-state travel by road):

    • All passengers entering Punjab should have the COVA app downloaded and activated.v
    • All passengers would be screened at the entry points for COVID-19 symptoms.
    • Symptomatic passengers shall be taken to health facility for testing, and if they test positive, they would be treated as per the health protocols.v
    • Asymptomatic passengers and those who test negative, shall be allowed to go home and made to undergo 14-days of home quarantine, with self-monitoring of their health status.
    • Guidelines for frequent inter-state travellers:

    • All passengers should have the COVA app installed and activated.
    • Frequent inter-state travellers like MPs/MLAs, salespersons, transporters, doctors, journalists, executives, engineers, traders, consultants etc. do not need to undergo home quarantine.
    • Such travellers would be issued passes from the Deputy Commissioners and the Sub-Divisional Magistrates, after submitting undertakings to self-monitor their health and inform the authorities, in case they develop COVID-19 symptoms.
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19PunjabAdvisory.pdf
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • Those coming from Delhi are required to carry a Corona negative certificate, along with an e-
    • Pass.
    • You have to apply for an e-Pass online for inter-state and inter-district travel through the
    • COVA app (Self declaration is mandatory).
    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
    • Time taken to issue the pass is 24 hours.
    • Travel timing is from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less
    • than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • Medical certificate is required in case reason for travel is on medical grounds. This includes
    • names of medicines.
    • By downloading the Punjab COVA app, self e-Pass declaration can be created.
    • Pass is generated from the source city. (Customers have to mandatorily click on Round Trip
    • and Return Date as an option in the e-Pass).
    • Pass can also be generated on the Punjab government app.
    • Original ID proof of the customer is required during travel.
    • Travel is allowed for medical emergencies; essential services like health, manufacturing, banking, media; death case or emergency transit and travel.
    • Vehicle number is required to raise an e-Pass.
    • e-Pass Link: https://bit.ly/2MoBsiF
  • Rajasthan

      Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All travellers are required to quarantine themselves at home for 14 days.
    • Those travelling to Rajasthan for less than 7 days are exempted from home quarantine, provided they submit an RT-PCR negative test certificate.
    • Air Travel Guidelines

    • All passengers arriving to Rajasthan by scheduled commercial flights would have to undergo monitored home quarantine for 14 days, the breach of which shall have the person shifted to institutional quarantine and incur fine or legal action.
    • Passengers visiting Rajasthan for a short stay of less than 7 days and have already undergone a RT-PCR test up to 2 days before arrival and are carrying the report stating their COVID-19 negative status, would be exempted for home quarantine and permitted for return journey.
    • Passengers who reach Rajasthan without the RT-PCR testing and intend to leave within 7 days, would be sent for home quarantine. However, if such passengers undergo the RT-PCR testing and are found negative, they would be exempted from home quarantine for the remainder of their stay and allowed to return.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • e-Pass is required to travel inter-state but not for inter-district travel.
    • Those travelling from Delhi and Maharashtra need to apply for an e-Pass from the Delhi and
    • Maharashtra e-Pass websites respectively.
    • Those travelling to Delhi and Maharashtra, need to apply for an e-Pass from the Rajasthan e-
    • Pass website.
    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less
    • than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • Pass is generated from the source city. (Customers have to mandatorily click on Round Trip
    • and choose Return Date as an option in the e-Pass).
    • Original ID proof of the customer is required during travel.
    • Vehicle number is required to raise an e-Pass.
    • e-Pass Link: https://bit.ly/2zPDZzW
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19RajasthanAdvisory.pdf
  • Tamil Nadu

      Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • After undergoing medical screening, asymptomatic passengers would need to home quarantine for 14 days, whereas standard operating procedures would apply to those displaying COVID-19 symptoms.
    • Passengers without any provision for home quarantine should mention the same on the portal while applying for e-Pass. Institutional quarantine shall be arranged for them.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • You have to apply for an e-Pass for inter-state travel and for inter-zone travel within the state.
    • State has been divided into 8 Zones*. There is no need of an e-Pass to travel inside the zones but it is required to travel to other zones.
    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • Pass is valid for both ways by default.
    • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
    • Time taken to issue the pass is 24 hours.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • There is no permission for pickup or drop if your location falls in Red or Containment Zone.
    • People travelling from high risk zones may be quarantined as per government policy.
    • Link to e-Pass: https://bit.ly/3dnFzaX
    • Zones Bifurcation is as follows:
    • Zone I: Coimbatore, Nilgiris, Erode, Tiuppur, Karur, Salem and Namakkal
    • Zone II: Dharmapuri, Vellore, Tirupattur, Ranipet and Krishnagiri
    • Zone III: Villupuram, Tiruvannamalai, Cuddalore and Kallakuruchi
    • Zone IV: Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, Thanjavur, Thiruchi, Ariyalur, Perambalur and Pudukottai
    • Zone V: Dindigul, Madurai, Theni, Virudhunagar, Sivagangai and Ramanathapuram
    • Zone VI: Thoothukudi, Tirunelveli, Kanniyakkumari and Tenkasi
    • Zone VII: Tiruvallur, Chengalpattu and Kancheepuram
    • Zone VIII: Chennai City
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19TamilnaduAdvisory.pdf
  • Telangana

      Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • There is no mandatory quarantine for travellers, however, it is advisable to self-monitor.
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19TelanganaAdvisory.pdf
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • No e-Pass is required to travel inter-state and intra-state.
    • No e-Pass is required to travel inter-state and intra-state.
  • Tripura

      Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All passengers entering Tripura are required to home quarantine for 14 days.
  • Uttarakhand

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All travellers entering the state must undergo 7 days of institutional quarantine, followed by 14 days of home quarantine.

      Road Travel Guidelines

    • You have to apply for an e-Pass online to travel inter-state and inter-district.
    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
    • Time taken to issue the pass is minimum 24 hours.
    • Travel timing is 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • Medical certificate is required in case reason for travel is on medical grounds. This includes names of medicines.
    • Pass is generated from the source city. (Customer has to mandatorily click on Round Trip and choose Return Date as an option in the e-Pass).
    • Original ID proof of customer is required during travel.
    • Vehicle number is required to raise an e-Pass.
    • e-Pass Link: http://dsclservices.org.in/apply.php
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19UttarakhandAdvisory.pdf
    • Hotel Guidelines

    • All hotels, B&Bs, homestays and hospitality stays are now open in the state, except those located in containment zones.
    • Travellers coming from zones with high number of COVID-infected cases will not be allowed accommodation in the hotels. Those from low COVID-infected zones can book a stay, provided it is for a minimum of 7 days.
    • All travellers must sign and submit a self-declaration form which guarantees that they will not visit any place (for tourism or other reasons) outside the hotel premises.
  • Uttar Pradesh

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All travellers need to register themselves at the government portal: https://reg.upcovid.in/ upon arrival. For queries and assistance, please dial 1800-180-5145.
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All travellers entering Uttar Pradesh have to undergo a mandatory 14-days home quarantine.
    • Business travellers who are entering the state for a short duration (less than 7days) do not have to undergo home quarantine. Those transiting through Uttar Pradesh have to submit details of their return travel.
    • Special instructions for Noida: All those entering Noida are required to undergo mandatory institutional quarantine for a week.
    • Those entering the state for a short duration (less than 7 days) do not have to undergo quarantine. Those transiting through Uttar Pradesh have to submit details of their return travel, including their destination city.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • No e-Pass is required to travel inter-state or inter-district.
    • E-Pass is required to travel to and from Uttar Pradesh to Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir and Uttarakhand.
    • Application for e-Pass must be filed in the source state.
    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
    • Time taken to issue the pass is minimum 48 hours.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • Medical certificate is required in case the reason for travel is on medical grounds. This includes the names of medicines.
    • e-Pass is applicable for Delhi, Noida and Ghaziabad.
    • Pass is generated from the source city. (Customers have to mandatorily click on Round Trip and choose Return Date as an option in the e-Pass).
    • Original ID proof of the customer is required during travel.
    • Vehicle number is required to raise an e-Pass
    • e-Pass Link: https://bit.ly/2ZVEvXK
    • Alternate Link: https://bit.ly/3dnXaiV
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19UttarPradeshAdvisory.pdf
  • West Bengal

      Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All travellers entering the state need to self-monitor their health for 14 days.
    • A self-declaration form must be submitted on arrival.
    • Air Travel Guidelines

    • All passengers travelling by air should use face masks/covers during boarding and travel, and must follow hand hygiene, respiratory etiquette and social distancing norms.
    • All passengers have to undergo health screening at the point of departure, and only asymptomatic passengers would be allowed to board the plane.
    • All passengers would have to follow social distancing norms and health hygiene protocols at the airport.
    • Road Travel Guidelines

    • You have to apply online for an e-Pass to travel inter-state and inter-district (movement is allowed between category B & C).
    • Movement is not allowed in Category A, which falls under Containment Zone.
    • Only two people can travel with one driver.
    • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
    • Time taken to issue a pass is minimum 24 hours.
    • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
    • It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
    • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
    • Medical certificate required in case reason for travel is on medical grounds. This includes names of medicines
    • Pass is generated from the source city. (Customer has to mandatorily click on Round Trip and choose Return Date as an option in the e-Pass).
    • Original ID proof of customer is required during travel.
    • Vehicle details are required to raise an e-Pass.
    • e-Pass Link : https://wb.gov.in/
    • Train Guidelines

    • For train guidelines, please visit: http://contents.irctc.co.in/en/Covid19WestBengalAdvisory.pdf

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