The Indian Ministry of Health has lifted coronavirus-related restrictions on the entry of foreign tourists. Travelers no longer need to complete an Air Suvidha declaration before the flight and present a negative PCR test or COVID-19 vaccination certificate at the airport. Innovations came into force today, and information about this was published on the website of the department.
Indian authorities advise travelers to get vaccinated against the coronavirus in their country, wear masks and keep their distance. If a passenger develops symptoms of covid during the flight or at the terminal, they must be isolated and sent to a local medical facility. On vacation, tourists are asked to carefully monitor their health and in case of a cold, go to the hospital.