Fully vaccinated travellers no longer require RT-PCR to enter these Indian states

Travelling in times of Covid isn't an easy task at all. With all the protocols and mandatory tests, it takes forever to reach one destination from another. Many states have started easing travel restrictions and have also removed the compulsory RT-PCR test on arrival.

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Indian states such as West Bengal, Kerela, Meghalaya, among others are allowing travellers with both doses of the vaccine to enter the state without RT-PCR test. Here are eight Indian states exempting travellers from the RT-PCR test if they have taken both doses.(Unsplash)

Indian states such as West Bengal, Kerela, Meghalaya, among others are allowing travellers with both doses of the vaccine to enter the state without RT-PCR test. Here are eight Indian states exempting travellers from the RT-PCR test if they have taken both doses.(Unsplash)

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Odisha: If you arrive in Odisha without a negative Rapid Antigen Test/RT-PCR report or final vaccination certificate then you will have to undergo quarantine.(Unsplash)

Odisha: If you arrive in Odisha without a negative Rapid Antigen Test/RT-PCR report or final vaccination certificate then you will have to undergo quarantine.(Unsplash)

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Maharashtra: Domestic and international passengers with both doses do not need to provide a negative RT-PCR report to enter if they have completed 15 days since the second dose of the vaccine.(Unsplash)

Maharashtra: Domestic and international passengers with both doses do not need to provide a negative RT-PCR report to enter if they have completed 15 days since the second dose of the vaccine.(Unsplash)

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Uttarakhand: Uttarakhand state government recently announced that fully vaccinated air travellers will now be allowed entry without the mandatory negative RT-PCR or Rapid Antigen test report.(Unsplash)

Uttarakhand: Uttarakhand state government recently announced that fully vaccinated air travellers will now be allowed entry without the mandatory negative RT-PCR or Rapid Antigen test report.(Unsplash)

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West Bengal: The West Bengal government earlier said that travellers who can provide a certificate that shows that they are fully vaccinated are allowed to enter the state.(Unsplash)

West Bengal: The West Bengal government earlier said that travellers who can provide a certificate that shows that they are fully vaccinated are allowed to enter the state.(Unsplash)

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Kerala: Kerala no longer requires a negative RT-PCR test result from travellers entering the state with both doses. The government of Kerela made this decision on grounds that the Covid-19 vaccination was 'progressing well.'(Unsplash)

Kerala: Kerala no longer requires a negative RT-PCR test result from travellers entering the state with both doses. The government of Kerela made this decision on grounds that the Covid-19 vaccination was 'progressing well.'(Unsplash)

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Meghalaya: People entering this Northeastern state have to register themselves at the government portal before their travel. A person will be exempted from testing if they possess a valid final certificate of vaccination.(Unsplash)

Meghalaya: People entering this Northeastern state have to register themselves at the government portal before their travel. A person will be exempted from testing if they possess a valid final certificate of vaccination.(Unsplash)

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Chhattisgarh: The public relations department official said persons who have certificates to prove that they have received both the doses of anti-coronavirus vaccines will be allowed to enter the state.(Unsplash)

Chhattisgarh: The public relations department official said persons who have certificates to prove that they have received both the doses of anti-coronavirus vaccines will be allowed to enter the state.(Unsplash)

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Manipur: Travellers who can produce a valid certificate depicting their full vaccination status will be exempted from producing negative Covid testing reports or mandatory testing on arrival at the Imphal airport or at entry points at Mao Gate and Jiribam.(Unsplash)

Manipur: Travellers who can produce a valid certificate depicting their full vaccination status will be exempted from producing negative Covid testing reports or mandatory testing on arrival at the Imphal airport or at entry points at Mao Gate and Jiribam.(Unsplash)

Updated on Jul 24, 2021 02:03 PM IST
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