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Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Mandatory for Travelers
  • All passengers must download the Aarogya Setu App.
  • All visitors are required to share their contact details (including their residential/hotel address) on arrival.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • Symptomatic passengers will be tested and shall be required to go for institutional quarantine till the test results are available.
  • All passengers arriving at the airport and travelling onward to tribal areas will be tested using the RT-PCR test. All other asymptomatic travellers will be tested by Antigen test. Symptomatic travelers/ ILI cases will be tested as per existing protocols.
  • All mainland and inter-island travellers must home quarantine for 7 days from the day of arrival or till they are tested negative, whichever is earlier.

Andhra Pradesh

Mandatory for Travellers
  • All passengers must download the Aarogya Setu App.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • All domestic air travel passengers entering Andhra Pradesh must quarantine for 14 days at home.
  • All international air travel passengers entering Andhra Pradesh must go for institutional quarantine for 7 days. Tests may be conducted between the fifth and seventh day. Depending on the test result, follow-up action will be decided and communicated by the health authorities.
  • Quarantine exemptions: Business people can be exempted from home quarantine provided they have a COVID negative certificate issued within three days from arrival, by an ICMR authorised laboratory.
  • Thermal screening will be done for all passengers. 10% of randomly selected people (with preference given to adults>60 years and children<10 years) will undergo nose swab tests for Covid-19.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel inter-state and inter-district.
  • Customers are requested to register before travel. Registration Link: https://rb.gy/ufy2xo
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Arunachal Pradesh

  • 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 santiiser and practice proper cough etiquette while out in public places and workplaces.
  • A penalty of INR 500 will be imposed on those not wearing for everyone >5 years of age.
  • A penalty of INR 200 for spitting in public areas, Govt/Pvt offices, Hospitals etc to be enforced by respective instituted.
  • There are no restrictions/ quarantine requirements for inter-district travellers, goods and services. Only a 24-hour travel pass is required (for those travelling from neighboring states) and this can be applied for at the exit point of each district.
  • Travellers are encouraged to self-monitor their health constantly and contact the nearest District helpline number should any need arise.
  • People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less than 10 years have been advised to stay home.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • There are no restrictions/ quarantine requirements for inter-district travellers, goods and services. Only a 24-hour travel pass is required (for those travelling from neighboring states) and this can be applied for at the exit point of each district.
  • Travellers are encouraged to self-monitor their health constantly and contact the nearest District helpline number should any need arise.

Assam

Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • Different airports in Assam have different testing and quarantine rules. Passengers should check our Air Travel Guidelines below for specific details.
  • Asymptomatic passengers, other than the exempted categories mentioned below, will have to undergo combined institutional and home quarantine for at least 14 days. The period of institutional quarantine of a passenger will be 7 days or till his/ her Covid-19 test results are declared, whichever is earlier, followed by a home quarantine for the remaining period after due hand stamping.
  • Some asymptomatic passengers have been exempted from institutional quarantine. These include:
  1. Pregnant women, children below 10 years along with siblings and parents, senior citizens above 75 years of age, those who have recently undergone cardiac/ kidney/cancer treatments or transplants as well as those who need to attend funeral-related rituals. These passengers will receive quarantine hand stamps and have to undergo strict 14-day home quarantine.
  2. Those who have already tested negative for COVID not more than 3 days prior to arrival.
  3. Those who are entering and exiting Assam on the same day, without a night halt.
  4. Certain government officials on duty, who have taken prior permission from the government of Assam.
  5. Military and paramilitary personnel who are on their way to their respective containment for quarantine.
  6. Pilots, air crew and maintenance staff of both cargo and passenger aircraft will not be quarantined.
  • Those who have to undergo institutional quarantine have an option to choose between either the government-funded facility or a self-paid hotel facility.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel inter-state and inter-district.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Bihar

Mandatory for Travellers
  • All passengers must download the Aarogya Setu App.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • There is no mandatory quarantine for travellers, however, it is advisable to self-monitor.

Chandigarh

Mandatory for Travellers
  • All passengers must download the Aarogya Setu App.
  • Before arrival, every passenger must register on COVA Punjab App. This will be checked by authorities on entry.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • Passengers travelling by air will have to undergo Covid-19 tests on a random basis, as decided by health authorities.
  • If the test result is positive, passengers will be shifted to an isolation centre.
  • All asymptomatic passengers must undergo 14 days of home quarantine.
  • All visitors staying for more than 3 days (72 hours) in Chandigarh have to register themselves on http://admser.chd.nic.in/visitregis/.
  • Business and corporate travellers do not have to undergo quarantine.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel to and from Chandigarh.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Chhattisgarh

Mandatory for travellers
  • You have to apply online for an e-Pass before travelling to Chhattisgarh. Link: http://epass.cgcovid19.in
  • The e-Pass will be checked and those without an e-Pass will not be allowed to exit the airport/ train station.
  • Everyone must give a signed undertaking stating that they will abide by all quarantine rules.
  • Everyone must download and update their status on Aarogya Setu.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • Thermal screening and health profiling will be done for all travellers entering the state.
  • Those who show symptoms on screening will be required to undergo a Covid test and undergo institutional quarantine till the results come.
  • All asymptomatic travellers can then proceed for 14 days of home quarantine.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel to and from Chhattisgarh.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Dadra & Nagar Haveli And Daman & Diu

Mandatory for Travellers
  • 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
  • Identified passengers would be required to undergo institutional quarantine in the specified facility, for 14 days.
  • For the following identified passengers, home quarantine would be allowed:
  1. Pregnant/lactating women
  2. Children below 10 years of age
  3. People with serious comorbidities such as heart, kidney, liver ailments etc.
  4. People above 80 years of age
  5. People with special needs
  • For identified passengers who are industrial executives/technical experts/consultants/government servants/other employees on business/official visits, samples would be collected the same day. If tested negative and they’re found asymptomatic, they would be allowed to resume their work. If tested positive, they would be shifted to a COVID health facility.
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 visitors are required to use face covers/masks, and are required to follow hand hygiene, respiratory hygiene, and environmental hygiene when using any means of public transportation.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • All passengers showing moderate to severe symptoms will be admitted to dedicated COVID health facilities.
  • COVID test is not mandatory for all passengers.
  • Domestic travellers who are not exhibiting any symptoms are required to undergo home quarantine for 7 days.
  • Constitutional and government functionaries and their staff are exempt from the home quarantine.
  • International travellers are required to undergo 7 days of institutional quarantine at a government facility for free or at a designated paid hotel.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel to and from Delhi.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Goa

Mandatory for Travellers
Guidelines for Tourists
  • For tourists, it is mandatory to pre-book an accommodation with a hotel registered with the Department of Tourism. Proof of booking for the entire duration of stay will be checked at entry points.
  • Those who wish to change their accommodation must do so only to an accommodation permitted by the Department of Tourism. It is mandatory to show the proof of rebooking (if available) to the Rapid Response leader before shifting.
  • A self-declaration has to be presented to the accommodation facility for contact tracing.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • Domestic travelers do not need to show a Covid-19 negative test report to enter Goa and no more tests are being conducted for domestic travellers on arrival.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel inter-state and inter-district.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Gujarat

Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • International travellers have to undergo 14 days of institutional and 14 days of home quarantine.
  • Asymptomatic domestic travellers do not have to be quarantined. Passengers will be required to self-monitor their health for 14 days. A declaration form of self-reporting will be required to be filled by the passengers upon arrival.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel to and from Gujarat.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Haryana

Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • All travellers entering the state need to self-monitor their health and practice home quarantine for 14 days.
  • Travellers need not undergo a mandatory COVID-19 test.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel to and from Haryana.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Himachal Pradesh

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • No Covid certificate is required to travel
  • Travellers from areas with high load of Covid-19 infections are permitted to home quarantine for 14 days, provided they submit a negative Covid-19 test report issued by ICMR authorised lab no more than 48 hours from departure date.
  • Residents of Himachal Pradesh exiting the state for a short duration (business or medical reasons) and returning within 48 hours do not have to undergo quarantine, provided they are asymptomatic.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel inter-state and inter-district.
  • Customers are requested to register before travel. Registration Link: https://covid19epass.hp.gov.in/
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.
Hotel Guidelines
  • Hotels are now open and those visiting the state for official/ business/ tourism reasons can stay in the hotels. Local residents can also opt to stay in the hotels.

Jammu & Kashmir

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • All passengers or returnees entering Jammu & Kashmir, by air, road and rail, will have to undergo compulsory COVID-19 testing. Defence personnel are exempted from this rule.
  • 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.
  • Travellers falling in the following category will be exempted from quarantine:
  • Persons travelling for 4 or less days for business purposes with confirmed hotel booking.
  • Defence officials.
  • Persons with a RTPCR negative Covid-19 test report issued by ICMR authorised lab no more than 48 hours from departure date.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel to and from J&K.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Jharkhand

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
  • Persons intending to travel to Jharkhand are required to register themselves on the Jharkhand Government Portal. Link: https://jharkhandtravel.nic.in/public/index.php
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • All travellers entering Jharkhand are subject to thermal screening.
  • All travellers entering the state must undergo 14 days of home quarantine. Persons exiting Jharkhand within 3 days of arrival are not required to quarantine.

Karnataka

Mandatory for Travellers
  • All international travellers flying to Karnataka must:
  • Submit a self-declaration form online at www.newdelhiairport.in at least 72 hours before boarding their flight to India.
  • Give an undertaking on the portal that they would undergo mandatory quarantine for 14 days, which includes 7 days paid institutional quarantine at their own cost, followed by 7 days isolation at home. Exemptions from institutional quarantine will be allowed only for very compelling reasons like pregnancy, death, serious illness in the family or in the case for parent(s) with children of the age of 10 years or below. For such cases, home quarantine may be permitted for 14 days, provided they have with them a negative RT-PCR test report.
  • Incoming travellers must observe standard COVID-19 precautions (compulsory wearing of face mask, physical distancing of 2metres/ 6feet), frequent hand-washing with soap+water, using hand sanitizer, following cough etiquette etc.) while in public areas and workplaces.
  • The District Health Authority/ BBMP has plans to initiate an IEC (information, education and Communication) Campaign for incoming travellers about the importance of self-reporting, self-isolation and COVID-19 testing of symptomatic persons.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • For travellers who are asymptomatic on arrival: They can report to work or perform their activities in the State without any requirement of 14 days home quarantine. However, they must self-monitor their health for 14 days from the date of their arrival for any symptoms of Covid-19 like fever, cough, cold, throat pain, difficulty in breathing, etc. and immediately seek medical consultation without fail or call Apthamitra helpline 14410.
  • For travellers who are symptomatic on arrival, i.e. have symptoms suggestive of Covid-19: They must immediately self-isolate and seek medical consultation without fail or call Apthamitra helpline 14410.
  • This applies to all inter-state incoming travellers arriving in Karnataka from all States/UTs including business travellers, students, labourers coming for work, transit travellers, etc. irrespective of their purpose of visit or duration of stay in the State.
Road Travel Guidelines
  1. No e-Pass is required to travel to and from Karnataka.
  2. All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  3. It is mandatory to wear a mask while travelling.
  4. People aged above 65 years, those with comorbidities, pregnant women and children less than 10 years have been advised to stay home.

Kerala

Mandatory for Travellers
  • No Covid certificate is required upto the duration of 7 Days.
  • All travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
  • All travellers entering Kerala are required to register themselves on https://covid19jagratha.kerala.nic.in/ to obtain an e-pass.
  • All travellers travelling outside Kerala are required to get exit passes issued from the District Administration at designated airports, after undergoing health screening.
  • Persons intending to visit any other state after entering Kerala must have the entry pass for the consequent state as well.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • All travellers entering Kerala must undergo 14 days of home quarantine.
  • There will be no mandatory quarantine for those visiting Kerala on short term trips for compelling reasons, however, obtaining an entry pass is mandatory.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • E-Pass is not required for intra-state travel but is required for inter-state travel.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.
  • E-Pass link : https://rb.gy/9hc15g

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.
  • Passengers travelling to Indore are required to install the Indore 311 App, self-register themselves before arrival and consistently update their health status for 14 days.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • All travellers are subject to thermal screening. Symptomatic travellers are required to undergo Covid-19 testing and quarantine at a designated institution until results arrive. Persons who test positive will be taken to Covid-19 care facility and those testing negative will not be required to undergo any further quarantine.
  • Persons undergoing home quarantine must submit an undertaking incase they develop Covid-19 symptoms during their stay.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel to and from Madhya Pradesh.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Maharashtra

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
  • All passengers entering and exiting 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 currently under quarantine.
  • Any passenger found travelling without meeting the required conditions would face penal action.
  • 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 staying at their official addresses.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • All travellers entering the state will receive a hand stamp on their left-hand giving date and other details of entry. They are then required to be under home quarantine for 14 days, except in the case of Shirdi where a 10-day institutional quarantine, followed by 4-day home quarantine is mandatory.
  • Passengers travelling to Maharashtra for less than a week, are exempted from home isolation, provided they furnish details of their onward/return journey.
  • Government officials desiring an exemption from home quarantine must write to [email protected] at least two working days prior to arrival, with work details.
  • International travellers entering via Nagpur and Mumbai are required to undergo 7 days of institutional quarantine followed by 7 days of home quarantine.
  • Symptomatic and elderly (>60 years) travellers entering Maharashtra via Kolhapur are required to undergo Covid-19 testing upon arrival and quarantine at a designated institution until results arrive. Persons testing positive are required to undergo treatment while those testing negative must quarantine themselves at home for 14 days.
  • People entering Maharashtra for compelling reasons for a short stay may be exempted from quarantine provided they submit the travel and staying details with the officials.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel to and from Maharashtra.
  • Only 3 people can travel with one driver.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Manipur

Mandatory for Travellers
  • All travellers must have the Aarogya Setu app on their smartphones.
  • All travellers must install and register themselves on the QuarMon app and follow the instructions. For more details, visit: https://quarmonmanipur.nic.in
  • Travellers entering Manipur are required to submit a Health Declaration Form made available upon arrival.
Quarantine and Testing Guidelines
  • All passengers entering Manipur are required to undergo institutional quarantine for 14 days, and undergo testing for Covid-19.
  • Persons testing negative will be required to home quarantine themselves for 14 days while those testing positive will be taken for further treatment.
  • Symptomatic travellers will be taken to isolation/ Covid-19 care ward as per directions of the health officials.
  • People travelling to Manipur on short trips (less than 3 days) are exempted from quarantine provided they submit return tickets and details regarding their stay. Such passengers are required to undergo Covid-19 testing and bear the cost of INR 2400.

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
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • People travelling to Meghalaya would have to undergo the RT-PCR test.
  • Passengers would be taken to an institutional quarantine facility for 48 hours. In case of a negative result of the testing, the passenger has to complete 14 days of home quarantine. Those who test negative will be taken to a COVID facility.
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

  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
Quarantine and Testing Guidelines
  • Visitors to the state can either choose 21 days of institutional quarantine or home quarantine (only if they clear the Rapid Antibody Test). Those who choose home quarantine are required to undergo mandatory COVID testing.
  • They also need to register on: https://mcovid19.mizoram.gov.in/

Nagaland

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
Quarantine and Testing Guidelines
  • Travellers will have to undergo institutional quarantine for 14 days, followed by a mandatory home quarantine for another 14 days.
  • Those who are older than 60 years, children up to the age of ten along with their own parents and pregnant women and their spouses can be exempt from the institutional quarantine. A 28-day home quarantine with active surveillance will be implied.
  • 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.

Odisha

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
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 a 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.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel to and from Odisha.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Punjab

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
  • All travellers entering Punjab are required to hand over self-declaration forms with personal and health details to state officers at the point of entry.
Quarantine and Testing Guidelines
  • All passengers entering Punjab will undergo thermal and temperature screening and those found symptomatic will be taken to a health facility for testing. Asymptomatic passengers and those found negative will be taken to an institutional quarantine facility (self-paid government /hotel quarantine) and then tested on the 5th day. If the test comes negative, they will be allowed to go home after completing 7 days of institutional quarantine, followed by another 7 days of home quarantine plus self-monitoring. Those who test positive will be shifted to a hospital.
  • Passengers will be tested randomly for COVID-19.
  • International passengers entering Punjab will undergo 7 days of institutional and 7 days of home quarantine. Domestic passengers will have to undergo home quarantine for 14 days.
For Businessmen and Professionals
  • Businessmen and professionals who need to frequently travel interstate, outside of Punjab for professional reasons, will not be home quarantined. Deputy Commissioner and Sub-Divisional Magistrate will issue passes to such individuals on submission of an undertaking for self-monitoring of health and commitment to inform the administration in case they experience any symptoms of COVID-19. Such frequent interstate travellers must download and keep the COVA-app activated.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel inter-state and inter-district.
  • Customers are advised to avoid travel between 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. and on Saturdays and Sundays owing to intermittent curfews.
  • Customers are requested to register before travel. Registration Link: https://bit.ly/2MoBsiF
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Puducherry

  • All passengers must download the Aarogya Setu App
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel to and from Puducherry.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Rajasthan

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
  • Travellers are required to submit a self-health declaration form upon arrival.
Quarantine and Testing Guidelines
  • All travellers are required to quarantine themselves at home for 14 days.
  • Symptomatic passengers would be isolated and taken to the nearest health facility for testing.
  • Those travelling to Rajasthan for less than 7 days are exempted from home quarantine, provided they submit an RT-PCR negative test certificate.
  • 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
  • No e-Pass is required to travel to and from Rajasthan.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Tamil Nadu

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
  • All passengers entering Tamil Nadu from other states, must register on the state website and apply for an e-Pass at https://tnepass.tnega.org/
Quarantine and Testing Guidelines
  • Those travelling from Covid hotspots have to undergo mandatory institutional quarantine for 7 days.
  • Those arriving at the airport of Chennai from Maharashtra, Gujarat and Delhi have to undergo mandatory COVID testing.
  • Those arriving at any other airport of Tamil Nadu or travelling within Tamil Nadu are required to undergo the COVID test according to the judgement of the Health Officials.
  • Those travelling from non-Covid hotspots are required to undergo 14 days of home quarantine.
  • After undergoing medical screening, asymptomatic passengers would need to home quarantine for 14 days, whereas institutional quarantine at the discretion of the Health Officials would apply to those displaying COVID-19 symptoms till the results of the test are available.
  • After the institutional quarantine, the symptomatic passengers will be required to undergo the remaining period of 14 days in home quarantine.
  • Passengers travelling within Tamil Nadu for business, who return within 48 hours, need not undergo quarantine. A valid return document shall be required to prove the same.
  • 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
  • E-Pass is not required for intra-state travel but is required for inter-state travel.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.
  • E-Pass link : https://tnepass.tnega.org/#/app/type

Telangana

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
Quarantine and Testing Guidelines
  • International passengers will be sent to 7 days of mandatory Institutional quarantine at a government facility or at a sponsored designated hotel.
  • Passengers displaying the symptoms of COVID-19, shall be quarantined at the discretion of the Health Authorities.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel to and from Telangana.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

Tripura

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
Quarantine and Testing Guidelines
  • All passengers entering Tripura are required to undergo the Covid-19 test and home quarantine for 14 days.
  • The swab test will be sponsored by the state and conducted by the health officials.
  • Passengers with a foreign travel history for the past 28 days will be transported to a nearby swab collection centre and undergo institutional quarantine until the results are available.
  • All passengers who have given random samples for the swab test will be required to self-monitor their health and undergo home quarantine for 14 days.
  • All passengers who do not exhibit any Covid-19 symptoms and plan to exit Tripura within 72 hours from the time of arrival are exempt from the quarantine rules but will be asked to self-monitor their health and inform the District Surveillance Officer or contact the State Control Room (0381-2412424) in case of any symptoms.

Uttarakhand

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
  • Prior to their travel, all visitors to the state are required to register themselves on the Smart City web portal: http://smartcitydehradun.uk.gov.in/. Registration documents will be verified at the border check posts.
  • A complete lockdown is practiced on Saturday and Sunday with exceptions like essential services. Passengers must direct towards their destinations upon arrival.
Quarantine and Testing Guidelines
  • Those travelling from places which do not have a high load of Covid-19 cases have to home quarantine for 14 days. The list of these cities can be obtained from the website of the state government.
  • Those who have a negative RT-PCR report from a lab approved by ICMR (not older than 72 hours from the time of arrival), can enter Uttarakhand without any limitations. The report can be uploaded at http://smartcitydehradun.uk.gov.in.
  • Those travelling from places which have a high load of Covid-19 infections must undergo 7 days of institutional quarantine, followed by another 7 days of home quarantine. Those exempted from institutional quarantine include pregnant women, seriously ill patients, senior citizens above 65 years, and persons accompanied by children below 10 years of age. They need to home quarantine for 14 days.
  • Asymptomatic visitors travelling for short visits (up to 7 days) due to compelling reasons like death, medical emergency or to take care of senior citizen parents are allowed to move outside their homes, but only to attend duties related to these reasons.
  • Asymptomatic business travellers with authorization from concerned authorities will be exempted from the quarantine requirements.
  • Passengers will be tested for Covid-19 on a random basis.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel inter-state and inter-district.
  • Customers are requested to register before travel. Registration Link: https://rb.gy/huvwuf
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.
Hotel Guidelines
  • All hotels, B&Bs and homestays are now open in the state, except those located in containment zones.
  • All visitors must book their accommodation (hotel/ B&B/ homestay) for a minimum period of 7 days. However, this rule of 7 days does not apply to those who have undergone the RT-PCR test from an ICMR authorized lab, no less than 72 hours before travel, provided the test is negative.
  • All visitors must upload their medical report on the web portal http://smartcitydehradun.uk.gov.in/

Uttar Pradesh

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
  • 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
  • International travellers entering Uttar Pradesh have to undergo a mandatory 7-day institutional quarantine followed by 7 days of home quarantine.
  • Domestic travellers have to undergo a mandatory 14-days home quarantine.
  • 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 to and from Uttar Pradesh.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.

West Bengal

Mandatory for Travellers
  • Travellers are required to install the Aarogya Setu App on their smartphones.
  • As per the latest guidelines, West Bengal will be under full lockdown on 7 September, 11 September and 12 September 2020.
Quarantine and Testing Guidelines
  • All asymptomatic travellers entering the state must home quarantine for 14 days.
  • All travellers exhibiting the symptoms of COVID-19 will be taken to the nearest facility conducting the test. The duration of quarantine will be decided by the health authorities.
Road Travel Guidelines
  • No e-Pass is required to travel inter-state and inter-district except on 07, 11 and 12 September. During these dates in September, West Bengal will remain under complete lockdown.
  • Travel timing is 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  • All passengers need to carry a government ID which has valid address proof.
  • 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.