Here are 7 Indian states allowing travellers to enter without RT-PCR test

Travelling in this pandemic is definitely not an easy task. From wearing protective gears and masks to getting screened at airports, nothing is fun about travelling in times of Covid-19. India's Covid-19 situation gained limelight and was covered by many international media houses.

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As India witnesses a drop in the number of Covid-19 cases, many states and Union Territories have started easing lockdowns and other curbs. Several states made RT-PCR negative test report mandatory on entering but now, with the decline in the number of cases, travel restrictions have also been eased in a few of them. Here is a list of states where you do not need to present an RT-PCR negative test report.(Unsplash)

As India witnesses a drop in the number of Covid-19 cases, many states and Union Territories have started easing lockdowns and other curbs. Several states made RT-PCR negative test report mandatory on entering but now, with the decline in the number of cases, travel restrictions have also been eased in a few of them. Here is a list of states where you do not need to present an RT-PCR negative test report.(Unsplash)

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Delhi: Travellers from Maharashtra, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh do not have to provide a negative RT-PCR test report.(Unsplash)

Delhi: Travellers from Maharashtra, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh do not have to provide a negative RT-PCR test report.(Unsplash)

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Tamil Nadu: No RT-PCR test report is required to enter Tamil Nadu but if you are flying to Coimbatore from outside the state, certain airlines might advise you to carry a negative RT-PCR test no older than 72 hours prior to departure.(Unsplash)

Tamil Nadu: No RT-PCR test report is required to enter Tamil Nadu but if you are flying to Coimbatore from outside the state, certain airlines might advise you to carry a negative RT-PCR test no older than 72 hours prior to departure.(Unsplash)

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Gujarat: Travellers entering the state through roadways will have to present a Covid-19 negative report from an RT-PCR test taken up to 72 hours before entering.(Unsplash)

Gujarat: Travellers entering the state through roadways will have to present a Covid-19 negative report from an RT-PCR test taken up to 72 hours before entering.(Unsplash)

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Karnataka: Passengers arriving in the state from Maharashtra, Punjab, and Kerala via train must present a negative RT-PCR test no older than 72 hours. Flight passengers must carry a mandatory RT- PCR negative report if they have symptoms of Covid-19.(Unsplash)

Karnataka: Passengers arriving in the state from Maharashtra, Punjab, and Kerala via train must present a negative RT-PCR test no older than 72 hours. Flight passengers must carry a mandatory RT- PCR negative report if they have symptoms of Covid-19.(Unsplash)

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Andhra Pradesh: No RT-PCR test report is required for air-bound travel but all asymptomatic passengers will have to undergo home quarantine for 14 days.(Unsplash)

Andhra Pradesh: No RT-PCR test report is required for air-bound travel but all asymptomatic passengers will have to undergo home quarantine for 14 days.(Unsplash)

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Himachal Pradesh: Earlier this month, the Himachal Pradesh cabinet decided that there would be no requirement of RT-PCR tests for travellers entering the state. To ensure the safety of the state, they have asked hotels to make sure their guests follow strict COVID protocols and maintain hygiene at all times.(Unsplash)

Himachal Pradesh: Earlier this month, the Himachal Pradesh cabinet decided that there would be no requirement of RT-PCR tests for travellers entering the state. To ensure the safety of the state, they have asked hotels to make sure their guests follow strict COVID protocols and maintain hygiene at all times.(Unsplash)

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Haryana: People travelling by flight do not have to provide RT-PCR test but asymptomatic passengers must undergo a mandatory home quarantine for 14 days.(Unsplash)

Haryana: People travelling by flight do not have to provide RT-PCR test but asymptomatic passengers must undergo a mandatory home quarantine for 14 days.(Unsplash)

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