IMPORTANT: ADHERE TO GOVERNMENT-ISSUED GUIDELINES

For a hassle-free travel experience, please check the guidelines issued by various Indian states and union territories before planning your travel. As per the latest DGCA guidelines, every passenger must wear a face mask properly (i.e. cover both nose and mouth) and follow all social distancing protocols while in the airport and on the flight. Any lapse might result in de-boarding. Your co-operation in following all government mandated safety guidelines will ensure safety for everyone.

Updated on 13th May

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.

Recommended: Get a COVID-19 test before you travel

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  • Andaman and Nicobar Islands

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and update your information on the Aarogya Setu App.
    • Night curfew has been imposed between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m.
    • Tourism activities are temporarily suspended until further notice.
    • Please check the latest information on criteria for booking water sports activities/Cellular Jail Sound and Light shows and other newly restarted tourism-related facilities here.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All arriving passengers must carry their original RT-PCR negative test report with them, issued from an ICMR-approved lab. The test should have been conducted within 48 hours prior to departure. Need a test? Please click here.
    • Random Rapid Antigen Test is being conducted for all arriving passengers.
    • Mandatory 7-day home quarantine for all passengers irrespective of testing negative on arrival.
    • All the passengers proceeding to SWARAJ DWEEP (formally Havelock Island), SHAHEED DWEEP (Formally Neil Island) and Little Andaman must undergo 10 days mandatory home quarantine irrespective of being tested negative to avoid a fine of INR 5000.
    • If any passenger tests positive on arrival, he/she will be sent for institutional quarantine for further treatment.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Arunachal Pradesh

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All passengers must download the Aarogya Setu App.
    • It is mandatory for all travellers to wear face mask, practice social distancing, wash their hands frequently with soap + water/ hand sanitiser and practice proper cough etiquette while out in public places and workplaces.
    • Visit here for COVID-19-related government guidelines.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Tourists should carry a valid COVID-19 negative certificate (RT-PCR or True NAT test) from ICMR designated laboratory/facility. They should have taken the test not more than 72 hours prior to the date of arrival.
    • Only pre-booked package tours, done exclusively via local tour operators will be allowed to operate.
    • Tourists will also need to provide four other additional documents while applying for Inner Line Permit: tour itineraries and vehicle details, COVID-19 certificate, tour booking slips and details of the guide and driver.
    • Family groups staying together should remain 2m away from other individuals or family groups.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here .
  • Andhra Pradesh

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All passengers must download the Aarogya Setu App.
    • All passengers must register themselves on the Spandana website.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Domestic travellers do not need to quarantine.
    • Thermal screening shall be done for all passengers.
    • COVID test might be conducted on arrival, as advised by Health Officials.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Assam

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and update the Aarogya Setu App.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All air passengers arriving from Mumbai and Bengaluru must carry a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report (conducted within 72 hours before journey). Anyone without a satisfactory RT-PCR report will have to go for paid testing at the airport and wait inside the airport till the result is out.
    • Passengers from other cities arriving at any airport in Assam must undergo a mandatory RAT (Rapid Antigen Test) at the airport. This test is free of cost.
      • If RAT is positive, they must undergo either home isolation or get admitted in a private hospital/ Government institutional care, depending on their medical condition.
      • If RAT is negative, they must undergo an RT-PCR test at the airport. This test costs Rs. 500.
    • After the RT-PCR sample is collected, the passenger will be allowed to leave the airport and must quarantine till the result comes.
      • If the RT-PCR result is positive, they must undergo home isolation or get admitted in a private hospital/ government institution, depending on their medical condition.
      • If the RT-PCR is negative, they can continue normal activities as long as they follow all COVID-19 safety protocols.
    • Exemptions to the on-arrival test is allowed for the following passengers, as long as they are asymptomatic:
      • Residents of North-Eastern states other than Assam, who are arriving at any airport in Assam from outside the state and are travelling directly to any other North-Eastern state.
      • All transit passengers travelling on Intra-Assam and Inter-North Eastern state routes.
    • 7 days of home quarantine is mandatory for all passengers, irrespective of their test report.
  • Bihar

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All passengers must download the Aarogya Setu App.
    • A complete lockdown has been imposed in Bihar for 10 days till 15th May, 2021. People travelling from/to airports, railway stations, bus terminals will be allowed to travel without any e-Pass.
    • A complete lockdown has been imposed in Bihar for 10 days till 15th May, 2021. People travelling from/to airports, railway stations, bus terminals will be allowed to travel without any e-Pass.
    • Vehicles authorised by district administration with e-passes are allowed.
    • Any other inter-state and intra-state movement of passenger vehicles is allowed.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Thermal screening is mandatory for all passengers upon arrival.
    • If found symptomatic, they might have to take a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) on arrival and stay in institutional quarantine till results come.
    • Passengers arriving from Kerala, Maharashtra & Punjab must carry a negative RT-PCR test report (issued within 72 hours before arrival).
    • Special Guidelines for Gaya: Passengers arriving from Delhi & NCR, Maharashtra, Kerala & Punjab must carry a negative COVID test certificate (swab collection for RT-PCR must be within 72 hours before arrival.
    • Passengers arriving from Delhi, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh are advised to carry negative RAT report conducted within 24 hours before departure or negative RT-PCR test conducted within 72 hours or carrying a COVID-19 vaccination certificate (both doses) or having been administered both doses and completed 14 days after 2nd dose to avoid on-arrival COVID testing.
    • It is mandatory to home quarantine for 10 days for passengers arriving from Kerala, Maharashtra and Punjab.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Chandigarh

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All passengers must download the Aarogya Setu App and fill contact-tracing forms on arrival.
    • They must register on the COVA Punjab App before commencing their journey and fill a Health Declaration form on arrival.
    • Air passengers must undergo health profiling/ screening on arrival.
    • A night curfew has been announced in Chandigarh from 10 p.m. till 5 a.m daily.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Passengers must carry a negative RT-PCR test report, conducted within 72 hours of arrival or vaccination certificate (at least 1 dosage) over 2 weeks old.
    • Symptomatic passengers will be sent for institutional quarantine, where they will be tested. They must remain in quarantine until test results are available.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Chhattisgarh

      Mandatory for travellers

    • Everyone must download and update their status on Aarogya Setu.
    • A complete lockdown has been imposed in the city till 15th May, 2021.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Upon arrival, all passengers are required to undergo health profiling.
    • All passengers entering Chhattisgarh by air or railways must carry a negative COVID RT-PCR test report (conducted within 72 hours before arrival).
    • If they are residents of Chhattisgarh, they must home quarantine for 7 days.
    • Short-term visitors with a return ticket within 72 hours of arrival do not have to quarantine.
    • Symptomatic passengers will be sent for institutional quarantine, where they will be tested. They must remain in quarantine until test results are available.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Dadra & Nagar Haveli And Daman & Diu

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All travellers must download the Aarogya Setu app.
    • They must submit health and travel details on the Self-Declaration Form available on the state portal. Hotels can assist in this, if needed.
    • Click here for latest updates and advisories.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All international travellers and domestic travellers from Maharashtra & Gujarat must carry a negative COVID-19 test report, conducted within 72 hours before their hotel check-in.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Delhi

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • It is mandatory to use face masks when out in public in Delhi (even if travelling solo or with people in a car).
    • Must download and install the Aarogya Setu App.
    • A total lockdown has been announced in Delhi till 17th May, 2021. People travelling from/to airports, railway stations, ISBT bus terminals will be allowed to travel without any e-Pass as long as they can produce a valid ticket.
    • Essential services will not be affected but an e-Pass may be required to travel within Delhi during this period.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Thermal screening will be done for all flight passengers upon arrival.
    • Passengers from Maharashtra to Delhi must carry with them a negative RT-PCR test report done 72 hours before arrival. Any passenger from Maharashtra who arrives without a negative test report must home quarantine for 14 days..
    • Domestic flight passengers arriving at the Delhi airport will have to undergo random COVID testing by the authorities. They will be allowed to exit the airport after sample collection. Those found positive must quarantine at home or hospital for 10 days.
    • The decision on whether to test or not will be based on whether the traveller is arriving from a state where the current COVID case load is very high.
    • Random COVID testing is also being conducted on arrival for passengers arriving by trains and cabs..
    • All domestic travellers (other than those from Maharashtra) must home quarantine for 7 days after arrival in Delhi.
    • All arriving passengers from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana to Delhi by flight, train, bus and any other mode of transport must undergo mandatory government institutional quarantine for 14 days.
    • Additional information regarding the above institutional quarantine rule:
      1. Constitutional, government functionaries and their staff members do not have to undergo institutional quarantine. Though they must self-monitor their health for 14 days.
      2. Travellers who have a negative RT-PCR report (not older than 72 hours) or a COVID vaccination certificate (two doses) can either home quarantine for 7 days or opt for paid quarantine.
      3. This quarantine rule does not apply to anyone from Andhra/ Telangana who transits through Delhi NCT without disembarking from the vehicle.
      4. Travellers travelling from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana to other states through NCT of Delhi by air/train shall home quarantine for 14 days. This can be reduced to 7 days in case they produce a COVID negative certificate or COVID vaccination certificate (both doses).
    • Delhi residents who have been to the Kumbh Mela must mandatorily home quarantine for 14 days after their arrival in Delhi. They must also upload necessary details here.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Goa

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • It is mandatory to download the Aarogya Setu app before entering the state.
    • For any medical help while in Goa, please visit: https://www.goa.gov.in/covid-19/goa-fights-covid-19/#!
    • It is mandatory to carry a facemask and maintain social/ physical distancing when in public areas.
    • A lockdown has been imposed in Goa till 23rd May, 2021.
    • Public transport will remain shut except for emergency purposes.
    • State borders will remain open for essential services only.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Domestic travellers do not have to quarantine.
    • Passengers travelling to Goa must carry a RT-PCR negative certificate (test not older than 72 hours) or full COVID vaccination certificate.
    • Exemption from above travel requirement is available for the following provided they carry a proof:
      1. Those who are residents of Goa.
      2. Persons entering for work or medical emergencies.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Gujarat

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and update the Aarogya Setu app.
    • Special Guidelines for those travelling to Surat: Please check the latest guidelines issued by Surat Municipal Corporation
    • A night curfew has been announced in 36 cities across the state including Himmatnagar, Palanpur, Navsari, Valsad, Porbandar, Botad, Viramgam, Chhota Udaipur, Veraval, Ahmedabad, Surat, Rajkot, Vadodara, Jamnagar, Bhavnagar, Junagarh, Gandhinagar from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily until 18th May, 2021.
    • International and domestic passengers arriving in Surat must fill and submit the ‘Novel Corona Self-reporting Form’ online and download the ‘SMC COVID-19 Tracker’ app.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Mandatory thermal screening protocols are in place at all airports.
    • All passengers entering Gujarat must carry a negative COVID RT-PCR test report (conducted within 72 hours before arrival).
    • Those travelling without a negative RT-PCR test have the option of taking the test on arrival at the Ahmedabad (RT-PCR) and Surat (RAT) airports only. On-arrival tests will be self-paid.
    • NOTE: Anyone taking the on-arrival test at the Ahmedabad airport must wait at the airport till the test result is out. This normally takes up to 7-8 hours.
    • Check testing charges for the on-arrival test here.
    • Children below the age of 12 years are exempted from taking the test.
    • For Diu: All visitors from Maharashtra and Gujarat to Diu must carry a negative COVID-19 test report, conducted within 72 hours before hotel check-in.
    • Travellers coming from neighbouring states, including Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh by road will be screened at border posts.
    • All travellers returning from the Kumbh Mela in Uttarakhand must get themselves tested and quarantine at home for 14 days, if found positive.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Haryana

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and update the Aarogya Setu App.
    • A complete lockdown has been enforced till 17th May, 2021.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All passengers must undergo thermal screening on arrival
    • Domestic travellers who do not show any symptom during screening will not have to quarantine.
    • Symptomatic travellers will have to undergo further tests and hospital isolation.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Himachal Pradesh

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Travellers must install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
    • Kibber village (including Kibber wildlife sanctuary) in Lahaul & Spiti is currently closed for tourism.
    • A curfew has been announced in Himachal for 10 days starting from 6 a.m. 7th May, 2021 to 6 a.m 17th May, 2021.
    • Travellers travelling to Himachal Pradesh by air, bus or railways must register on the e-pass portal of the HP government prior to commencement of the journey and are advised to carry the acknowledgement receipt to avoid inconvenience.
    • Travel will be allowed for those going for COVID Vaccination, or COVID testing.
    • Travellers with valid e-pass or train or flight tickets are allowed to travel during lockdown.
    • Anyone booking a cab to/from the airport/railway station must share a copy of their valid e-ticket (flight/train) with their driver before the trip starts. Without this, the driver will not be able to reach the pickup location.
    • 2+1 passengers will be allowed in sedan vehicles & 3+1 passengers in SUVs.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Negative RT-PCR/ Covid Report (conducted within 72 hours before arrival) is mandatory for passengers coming into the state through any travel mode.
    • Domestic travellers do not have to quarantine.
    • On arrival COVID test is no longer mandatory for domestic passengers.
    • Thermal screening will be done for all passengers upon arrival.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Jammu & Kashmir

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Passengers must download Aarogya Setu on their phones and add a valid phone number to the app, where they can be contacted at any time.
    • For helpline and updates regarding COVID-19 in district Jammu, click here.
    • All passengers are required to fill up the ICMR Health form on arrival.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All domestic passengers arriving at the Jammu and Srinagar airports are required to undergo an on-arrival COVID test except:
      1. Srinagar: for Defense Personnel
      2. Jammu: for Defense Personnel arriving to join duty.
    • If positive, they must home quarantine for 14 days and seek treatment if health worsens.
    • All visitors travelling to Kashmir by road must undergo a COVID test on arrival, as directed by health officials.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Jharkhand

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and update the Aarogya Setu App.
    • Travellers must self-monitor their health conditions for 14 days.
    • Jharkhand government has announced a lockdown from 22nd till 29th April. People travelling to/from airports and train stations will be allowed to travel as long as they produce a valid photo ID card/necessary travel documents.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All travellers entering Jharkhand are subject to thermal screening.
    • Symptomatic passengers will be tested for RT-PCR/TRUENAT and if found positive will be advised for home isolation.
    • Passengers arriving from Maharashtra, Kerala & Telangana must carry a negative RT-PCR/TRUENAT test report from an ICMR approved lab conducted not earlier than 72 hours.
    • Passengers arriving without a negative RT-PCR will have to undergo an RT-PCR test (free of cost) on arrival/ fill up self-declaration form.
    • Travellers are advised to download the Jharkhand contact tracing app and check government advisories here.
    • Domestic travellers do not have to undergo quarantine.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Karnataka

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and update the Aarogya Setu app.
    • A Covid-19 curfew is imposed till 6 a.m on 12th May 2021. A complete lockdown has been announced in Karnataka for 14 days starting from 6 a.m. on 10th May, 2021 to 6 a.m. on 24th May, 2021. Flights and trains will continue to operate as scheduled. Flight and train tickets can be used as passes for movement by anyone taking taxis/cab aggregators/ auto rickshaws to board flights and trains.
    • Any other inter-state and intra-state movement of passenger vehicles can only happen in case of emergencies.
    • All public transport services, including the BMTC and metro trains in Bengaluru and KSRTC across the State, will remain shut. All taxis, including auto rickshaws, will remain off the roads.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Passengers arriving from Punjab, Chandigarh, Maharashtra and Kerala must carry a COVID-19 negative report (not older than 72 hours) with them while travelling.
    • All those returning from the Kumbh Mela in Uttarakhand must get themselves tested and quarantine at home for 14 days, even if test is negative.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Kerala

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and update the Aarogya Setu App.
    • Must register on https://covid19jagratha.kerala.nic.in/ to obtain an e-pass.
    • All passengers who intend to visit any other State or UT after entering Kerala must have an entry pass for Kerala and the State or UT they intend to visit.
    • Night curfew has been imposed across the state from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. till further notice.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Passengers have to undergo mandatory thermal screening on arrival.
    • All travellers (irrespective of the vaccination status) must take an RT-PCR test either within 48 hours before entering or immediately after entering Kerala.
    • Those who take the test after arrival, must self-isolate till they get the result.
    • If positive, they must seek medical help.
    • If negative, they must follow COVID-19 protocols like maintaining social distance, wearing masks, and sanitizing hands while out in public.
    • Those not willing to take a test must strictly quarantine at home for 14 days.
    • All travellers must either carry a COVID negative certificate or a vaccination certificate (two doses completed) to enter Kasargod, Kanhangad, Nileshwar, Cheruvathur, Kumbla and Uppala towns from April 24th 2021.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Ladakh

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and update the Aarogya Setu app.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Thermal screening will be done for all air passengers.
    • All passengers (irrespective of mode of travel) must carry a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test report (conducted within 96 hours before arrival) while entering Ladakh.
    • Anyone arriving without a negative COVID-19 report must undergo mandatory home quarantine for 7 days.
    • They may also have to take a COVID test after 7 days of home quarantine, as decided by local health officials.
    • If test is positive, they will be transferred to COVID facility for further treatment. If negative, they will be allowed to exit mandatory quarantine.
    • Defence and Central Armed Police Personnel are exempted from all the above provisions.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here .
  • Lakshadweep

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Travellers must download the Aarogya Setu app.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Thermal screening shall be done for all passengers.
    • Passengers must carry a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test report obtained 48 hours before travelling to the island.
    • There are no quarantine rules for domestic passengers, provided they have a negative certificate.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here .
  • Madhya Pradesh

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Travellers must download the Aarogya Setu app.
    • Those travelling to Indore must install the Indore 311 App, self-register themselves before arrival and consistently update their health status for 14 days.
    • A curfew has been imposed in the whole state, till 6 a.m. on 30th April.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • For passengers arriving in Indore:
      • Passengers arriving from Maharashtra to Indore must carry a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test report, conducted within 48 hours before arrival.
      • Those travelling without a report must take a test (self-paid) on arrival at the airport.
      • Fees for COVID test: Sodani Lab charges are Rs. 1000 per test and Central Lab charges are Rs. 700 per test. Note: Only travellers from Maharashtra have to take this test.
      • After taking the on-arrival test, they must register on the Indore-311 app and proceed for self-isolation till the test result arrives.
    • For passengers arriving in Bhopal:
      • Passengers arriving from Maharashtra to Bhopal must carry a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test report, conducted within 72 hours before arrival. Those travelling without a negative test report must take a test on arrival at the airport and self-isolate till the results are available.
      • Symptomatic passengers from all other states will have to undergo COVID test on arrival and stay under institutional quarantine until results are available.
      • If the test result is positive, passengers shall be sent to COVID Care Centre. Later they may be tested again, followed by home quarantine, as deemed fit by the competent authorities.
      • If negative, they can exit their quarantine.
      • Those on a short business trip (less than 3 days) do not have to quarantine. They must give their contact/ other travel details to the officials at the airport.
    • Passengers arriving from the Kumbh Mela in Uttarakhand must inform the respective district collectors about their arrival, and undergo a minimum quarantine of 5 days.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Maharashtra

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and update the Aarogya Setu App.
    • Fill a contact tracing form on arrival.
    • Multiple restrictions are in force in the state of Maharashtra due to partial lockdown till 7 a.m. on 1st June, 2021. Airline operations will remain unaffected.
    • Public transport services remain unaffected as they are part of essential services. Persons arriving or departing by any bus/ train/ flight from or towards their place of residence will be allowed to travel as long as they have a valid ticket. For more details, please read the entire Government order with a list of all travel restrictions here.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All passengers travelling to Maharashtra by any mode of transport must carry a negative RT-PCR test certificate with them issued within 48 hours before arrival in the state.
    • Anyone not carrying a report will have to undergo an RT-PCR test on arrival at their own expense.
    • Passengers arriving on long-distance trains must quarantine for 14 days at home irrespective of their test result. They will also receive a hand stamp with the quarantine date information.
    • People travelling from outstation trains will not be allowed to travel in local trains.
    • For International Arrivals:
      1. International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
      2. Exemption from institutional quarantine is available for the following:
        1. Passengers above 65 years of age.
        2. Women in an advanced stage of pregnancy.
        3. Parents accompanied by a child that is 5 years or below (along with the child).
        4. Those requiring medical attention for severe cases like cancer, cerebral palsy or severe physical disability. Such patients must provide supporting documents.
        5. Those travelling for extreme emergency. Example: Family distress situations like immediate family members in critical health condition or death in the immediate family. Such travellers must provide supporting documents.
        6. Medical professionals travelling for life-saving surgery/attending critical patients, provided they can produce proof from the hospital where medical service has to be provided.
      3. No institutional quarantine is mandatory for flyers who have completed both doses of the COVID-19 vaccination and have a valid vaccination certificate. They must sign a self-declaration form about their vaccination dose.
  • Manipur

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
    • A curfew has been announced from 8th May, 2021 to 17th May, 2021 in the districts of Imphal West, Imphal East, Bishnupur, Thoubal, Kakching, Chuachandpur and Ukhral.
    • All persons going for COVID-19 vaccination, COVID testing, and medical emergencies are exempted.
    • Persons arriving or departing by flight will be allowed to travel.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • Thermal screening will be done for all arriving passengers.
    • All passengers arriving by air or road must carry a negative COVID test report (either RT-PCR/TRUENAT/CB-NAAT) with them. Sample collection must be done within 72 hours before travel.
    • Passengers originating from Manipur travelling in an emergency situation are exempted from carrying a COIVD-19 negative report at the time of entry as a special case and will have to undergo testing upon arrival. This shall only be allowed with prior information of such emergency travel communicated to the COVID Control Room helpline number 1800-345- 3818 for necessary arrangements to be made.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Meghalaya

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
    • All passengers must mandatorily register on the State portal or the Meghalaya Tourism App to generate a unique e-invite.
    • Upload a valid photo ID on the Meghalaya Tourism App. Members travelling together can register and generate one e-invite.
    • Must book and declare the first night’s stay (hotel/homestay/guest house), along with full address, contact details and complete itinerary to generate the e-invite.
    • Those without home quarantine facilities must pre-book their hotels before registering.
    • A night curfew has been enforced in East Khasi Hills district from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. daily.
    • From 23rd April, Meghalaya has stopped the entry of all tourists from outside the state. Many tourist spots across the state have also been closed to restrict movement.
    • Quarantine and Testing Rules

    • All arriving passengers are mandatorily required to carry RT-PCR negative report issued within 48 hours before departure. Passengers without the same report shall be denied boarding at the origin destination.
    • All Passengers shall also undergo RT-PCR testing upon arrival at their own cost with the following exceptions:
      1. Passengers arriving from any state except Maharashtra, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Karnataka and Kerala in possession of a valid final certificate of vaccination.
    • Passengers travelling even for a day shall also undergo RT-PCR test upon arrival.
    • Passengers who test positive will be transferred to COVID facility for further treatment and testing.
    • Passengers who have undergone testing upon arrival shall remain under home or institutional quarantine till the result is declared.
    • Check testing charges for the on-arrival test here.
    • On-arrival test results will be uploaded here.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Mizoram

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
    • All passengers entering the state must apply for a valid m-Pass on the State website
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All passengers must undergo thermal screening.
    • All passengers with or without negative COVID report will be subjected to mandatory Rapid Antigen Test upon arrival.
    • All passengers shall be required to undergo mandatory 7-day home or institutional quarantine even if Rapid Antigen Test upon arrival is negative.
    • Passenger will undergo RT-PCR/TrueNAT test after completion of the 7-day quarantine period.
    • Passengers visiting for a short period, i.e., up to 96 hours need not self-isolate if they can produce a negative RT-PCR report not earlier than 72 hours before arrival along with a valid return ticket.
    • Children of age 1 year and below will not be tested.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Nagaland

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
    • Travellers must download the nCOVID-19 Nagaland App and submit their health and contact details.
    • Travellers must submit self-declaration for home quarantine through the nCOVID Nagaland Visitors App/[covid-19nagaland.gov.in]online/by WhatsApp to helpline no. 7630877991.
    • Night curfew imposed in Tuensang district between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m.
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All passengers must undergo thermal screening.
    • All passengers must mandatorily carry RT-PCR/TrueNAT/CBNAAT negative reports issued not earlier than 72 hours before arrival. They may also carry a COVID vaccination Final Certificate (after 2 doses of vaccination).
    • Passengers without any of these certificates shall be denied boarding at the origin destination.
    • Residents of Nagaland can travel to the state without RT-PCR/TrueNAT/CBNAAT negative report under the below mentioned conditions:
      1. Passengers shall mandatorily undergo RAT test upon arrival at their own cost
      2. If the RAT report is positive, passengers must undergo home isolation or get admitted in private hospital or Government Health Institution depending on their medical conditions.
      3. If the RAT report is negative, passengers must undergo a self-paid RT-PCR test at the airport itself.
    • All passengers arriving into the state of Nagaland shall be required to undergo 7 days of home/paid institutional quarantine.
    • Residents of any of the North Eastern States other than Nagaland transiting or directly travelling onwards to any other North Eastern State shall mandatorily follow the above mentioned guidelines, and also satisfy arrival guidelines of their final destination.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Odisha

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and update the Aarogya Setu App.
    • Lockdown/curfew information:
      1. A 14-day lockdown has been announced from 5th May, 2021 to 19th May, 2021.
      2. Buses for public transport, taxis including auto rickshaws, cab services are prohibited.
      3. Anyone booking a cab to/from the airport/railway station must share a copy of their valid e-ticket (flight/train) with their driver before the trip starts. Without this, the driver will not be able to reach the pickup location.
      4. 2+1 passengers will be allowed in sedan vehicles & 3+1 passengers in SUVs.
    • It is mandatory to have a Movement Pass e-Pass to travel in and out of Odisha without a valid flight/train ticket.
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All passengers should undergo thermal screening.
    • All arriving passengers must carry a COVID-19 negative test report (conducted within 72 hours before arrival) from an ICMR approved lab.
    • No quarantine for those carrying a negative test report or a final COVID vaccination certificate. All others must self-isolate for 7 days after arrival.
    • All travellers returning from the Kumbh Mela in Uttarakhand must take an RT-PCR test before entering Odisha.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Punjab

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and update the Aarogya Setu App.
    • All passengers must register on COVA Punjab App before commencing their journey.
    • A weekend lockdown has been imposed from 6 p.m. on Fridays to 5 a.m. on Mondays and night curfew is imposed from 6 p.m. till 5 a.m., until further notice.
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All passengers should undergo thermal screening.
    • Arriving passengers must carry a negative RT-PCR test report from ICMR accredited labs, conducted within 72 hours before departure or take an RAT on-arrival test or produce a vaccination certificate (at least 1 dosage) over 2 weeks old.
    • Domestic travellers do not have to quarantine.
    • International travellers arriving in Punjab must undergo RAT (Rapid Antigen Test) at the airport, in case they do not have a negative RT-PCR test report conducted within 72 hours before arrival. Thereafter, passengers must home quarantine for the next 7 days.
    • The number of passengers in buses, taxis and auto-rickshaws are to be reduced to 50% of the vehicle’s capacity.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Puducherry

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • All passengers must download the Aarogya setu App.
    • Passengers must consult State Government hospitals for treatment of Covid-19 and follow all advice of the medical professionals regarding identification of Covid symptoms.
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All passengers should undergo thermal screening.
    • No mandatory quarantine rules applicable for domestic travellers.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Rajasthan

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and update the Aarogya Setu App
    • Submit a Self-Health Declaration form on arrival.
    • A complete lockdown has been announced in Rajasthan from 5 a.m. on 10th May, 2021 to 5 a.m. on 24th May, 2021.
    • Only emergency vehicles will be allowed to enter the state. Both private and public transport will be permitted.
    • Intra-state travel between districts, cities and villages will be completely banned.
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • Arriving passengers arriving must carry a COVID-19 RT-PCR negative test report from an ICMR approved lab, conducted within 72 hours before arrival.
    • Those arriving without a test must quarantine for 15 days, at their own expense.
    • All visitors to Udaipur must produce a negative RT-PCR test if they wish to book a hotel room. They must also upload a copy of their test report on  http://emitra.rajasthan.gov.in
    • For details on COVID-19 guidelines by Rajasthan government, visit here.
    • For regular updates on COVID-19 in Rajasthan, visit here.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Sikkim

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Multiple restrictions are in place in the state of Sikkim due to partial lockdown till 16th May, 2021. Airline operations will remain unaffected.
    • A curfew is imposed from 5 p.m. to 9 a.m.
    • Tourists are required to fill in all details in the forms available under the tab for tourists on the Tourism Portal https://sikkimtourism.gov.in.
    • A Travel card can be downloaded after filling all the sections and entering relevant details and must be shown at the entry point at Rangpo/Melli.
    • Tourists must carry this card with them and update it daily wherever they go as they may be asked to produce it for verification.
    • Maintain social distance, wear masks and update travel cards to avoid fines.
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All tourists entering Sikkim must carry a negative RT-PCR/TrueNat test certificate with them (conducted within 48 hours of travel).
    • Passengers travelling without the test report have to undergo mandatory 10 days paid quarantine.
    • If any tourist arrives without a test, then hotel/ homestay owners have been directed by the government to ensure that they are able to get one done at the nearest COVID testing centres at specified testing locations in the state.
  • Tamil Nadu

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Install and update the Aarogya Setu App.
    • All travellers coming to Tamil Nadu must register for an e-pass (except those coming from Puducherry).
    • They will have to present this e-pass while boarding their flight.
    • The Nilgiris, Kodaikanal and Yercaud regions remain closed for tourism.
    • Lockdown/ Curfew information:
      1. A lockdown has been imposed in Tamil Nadu till 30th April. All road travellers must register on the state portal and get an e-Pass before travelling.
      2. Rental vehicles and cabs are allowed to carry 3 passengers (excluding driver).
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • Symptomatic passengers from Kerala and Maharashtra must take a COVID test on arrival. If positive, hospital isolation and treatment protocols will follow. All passengers must home quarantine for 7 days & also self-monitor for next 7 days.
    • All other arriving passengers (from states not mentioned above) must self-monitor their health for 14 days.
    • Symptomatic passengers will go for institutional quarantine till the time COVID tests results are available, at the discretion of health officials. They will be required to complete the remaining period of home quarantine.
    • Special guidelines for Coimbatore airport:
      • All arriving passengers (except those coming from Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Puducherry) must carry a negative RT-PCR test report, conducted within 72 hours before time of departure.
      • Those arriving without a negative RT-PCR report shall take the test for free of cost at the airport.
        • If found positive and symptomatic will be taken for hospital isolation.
        • If found negative, they must self-monitor for 14 days.
        • If found negative and symptomatic, they will be taken for hospital isolation and will be decided based on medical opinion.
    • Business travellers visiting Tamil Nadu for a short stay of 72 hours are exempted from home quarantine norms. In such cases, the individual must furnish a valid return document. Exceptions: Not applicable for passengers arriving at Coimbatore. Not applicable for passengers arriving from Maharashtra or Kerala.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Telangana

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and install the Aarogya Setu App.
    • A 10 day lockdown has been imposed starting from 12th May, 2021.
    • During this period, anyone travelling from/ to airports, railway stations, bus stands will be allowed to proceed as long as they can produce a valid ticket.
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • Thermal screening shall be done for all passengers.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Tripura

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • Mandatory thermal screening will be conducted for all passengers.
    • Free COVID-19 swab test shall be conducted for all arriving passengers.
    • All symptomatic passengers shall undergo 14 days quarantine.
    • Asymptomatic domestic passengers are exempted from quarantine.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Uttarakhand

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Install and update the Aarogya Setu App.
    • All travellers are required to register themselves on the Smart City web portal before arriving in Uttarakhand.
    • A COVID curfew has been announced in state from 6 a.m. on 11th May, 2021 to 6 a.m. on 18th May, 2021.
    • People travelling for vaccination must show their registration number.
    • The number of passengers in buses, taxis and auto-rickshaws are to be reduced to 50% of the vehicle’s capacity.
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All passengers must go through thermal screening.
    • Passengers must carry an RT-PCR negative test report from ICMR accredited labs, conducted within 72 hours before departure. RT-PCR timeline starts from the swab collection time.
    • An on-arrival COVID test will be done (free of cost) for passengers arriving from Maharashtra, Kerala, Punjab, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi & Rajasthan.
    • If on-arrival test is positive, they must proceed to a quarantine center for further treatment.
    • Visitors travelling to Haridwar for Kumbh Mela must carry a COVID-19 RT-PCR negative test certificate, (conducted within 72 hours before arrival).
    • Passengers above 65 years of age or with co-morbidities, pregnant women and children below the age of 10 years are advised to travel only in unavoidable circumstances.
    • Officials of Uttarakhand returning to the state after 5 days must get the COVID-19 test done.
    • There is no quarantine for travelers coming to Uttarakhand with a stay of less than 7 days. Visitors will have to provide residence/stay addresses to authorities. Visitors coming for more than 7 days must home quarantine for 10 days.
    • Army and paramilitary personnel are required to undergo 10 days of institutional quarantine.
    • Government officials from state and center, Judges of Supreme and High court and other judicial officers, MP’s and MLAs of Uttarakhand and support staff are exempted from quarantine.
    • Visitors travelling to Haridwar for Kumbh Mela must carry a COVID-19 RT-PCR negative test certificate before travelling. The test should have been taken within 72 hours before the date of visit.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • Uttar Pradesh

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and install the Aarogya Setu app.
    • All flight passengers must register themselves on the government portal:
    • A complete lockdown has been enforced till 17th May, 2021.
    • People travelling to/from the railway stations, bus stations and airports will be able to travel as long as they can produce a valid ticket.
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All passengers must go through thermal screening.
    • For all UP airports: Arriving passengers from Kerala and Maharashtra must carry a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report (conducted within 72 hours before arrival). Random Rapid Antigen Test is being conducted for all passengers on arrival at the airport.
    • Special guidelines for Lucknow airport: Passengers arriving from all states must carry a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR report (conducted within 72 hours before arrival) or take a test on arrival. On-arrival RT-PCR test costs Rs. 900 per passenger whereas the Rapid Antigen Test is free of cost.
    • Special guidelines for Varanasi airport: Any passenger arriving in Varanasi without a proper test report must take a Rapid Antigen Test (free of cost) on arrival. However, if the passenger has no test report and is also showing symptoms of COVID during thermal screening, they will have to undergo an RT-PCR test (free of cost) at the airport.
    • Domestic passengers must undergo 14 days of home quarantine.
    • Short visit travellers returning to the state within 5 days, please note:
      1. Asymptomatic travellers need not quarantine.
      2. Symptomatic travellers must undergo COVID tests and then proceed for home quarantine.
    • Travellers returning to the state after 5 days must home quarantine for 14 days.
    • Passengers exiting Uttar Pradesh within 7 days of arrival shall be exempted from mandatory quarantine subject to validation of return/onward travel.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.
  • West Bengal

      Mandatory for Travellers

    • Download and update the Aarogya Setu App.
    • Download the Sandhane App and fill up the declaration form on it.
    • Local trains are suspended from 6th May, 2021 until further notice.
    • Entry to zoos and wildlife sanctuaries are temporarily suspended for visitors until further notice.
    • Quarantine and Testing Guidelines

    • All passengers arriving at West-Bengal must carry a COVID-19 RT-PCR test report, conducted within 72 hours before flight departure. The report must be issued from an ICMR-approved lab.
    • Passengers who do not have to carry the test include:
      1. Children below 2 years of age
      2. Anyone travelling due to a death in the family. However, they must take a self-paid test on arrival.
      3. Transit passengers who do not exit the airport premises.
    • Passengers from other states will be thermally screened. Symptomatic passengers will be shifted to the nearest COVID test centre.
    • All passengers must do 14 days of self-monitoring.
    • Those travelling without COVID negative report must undergo 14 days of institutional quarantine at their own cost.
    • Health Authorities will decide the quarantine requirement of symptomatic passengers on the basis of severity of case.
    • International travellers entering the state must check Government-issued guidelines on registration, quarantine and testing protocols here.

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