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Covid-19 Guidelines in Maharashtra Covid-19 Guidelines in Kerala

As the second wave of coronavirus disease in India continues to slow down, several states have started easing the strict restrictions which were imposed to check the spread of the infection. For your convenience, here is the latest list of state-wise rules and restrictions that you must keep in mind if you are planning to travel.

Delhi

Amid dipping positivity rates, the Delhi government has decided to further relax lockdown restrictions that were imposed when the second wave of coronavirus hit.

Is there a lockdown? – No

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – Yes

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers – Air travellers from Maharashtra, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh no longer need to carry a negative RT-PCR test report when they land at the Delhi airport.

Guidelines for traveling within Delhi: There are no restrictions on the inter-state or intra-state movement of people or goods.

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Delhi visit –

http://health.delhigovt.nic.in/wps/wcm/connect/doit_health/Health/Home/COVID19/

 

 Diu

Currently, Diu has imposed a night curfew. Here’s what we know so far.

Is there a lockdown? – No

Night Curfew Timings – 10:00 pm to 6:00 am

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – Yes

Registration or E-Pass Requirement – Not required

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers – As per earlier guidelines (in continuation of which the present order is used) international travelers or travelers from Maharashtra or Gujarat visiting hotels/ resorts in the UT are to mandatorily carry negative reports from the RT-PCR Test conducted from an authorized lab within 72 hours prior to check-in time.

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli visit –

https://nidm.gov.in/COVID19/

 

Goa

Goa on Saturday, June 26 extended the ongoing Covid-19 related curfew till August 2.

Is there a lockdown? - Yes

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt.? – Yes

Registration or E-Pass Requirement – Not Required

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers – Inter-state movement of persons will be prohibited, except for persons carrying Covid negative report (RT-PCR/ TruNaat/ CBNAAT/ Antigen Test or any other test as approved by ICMR) from the test conducted within 72 hours from the date of arrival, or those having a medical emergency (on the production of proof).

The State Govt. has exempted a certain set of asymptomatic persons from the requirement of Covid Test negative report in case they are fully vaccinated (both doses) and 14 days have elapsed since the last dose at the time of their arrival into the State, however, the tourists are not part of such exempted list.

Guidelines for traveling within Goa:

Public transport buses will be allowed to run at 50% capacity.

No restrictions yet on using travelers using private cars or trains.

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Goa visit - https://www.goa.gov.in/COVID-19/

 

Gujarat

As Gujarat sees a sharp decline in Coronavirus cases, the night curfew is all set to be lifted in 10 out of 18 urban areas. The night curfew will continue to be observed in Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Jamnagar, Bhavnagar, Surat, Rajkot, Junagadh, Gandhinagar till July 20 from 10 pm to 6 am.

Is there a lockdown? - No

Night Curfew Timings – 10:00 pm to 6:00 am in 8 cities of Gujarat, including Ahmedabad, Junagarh, Rajkot, Vadodara, Surat etc.

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – Yes

Registration or E-Pass Requirement – Not Required

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers – Yes, for all travelers entering the state from any other State/UT

What You Should Know Before Visiting Gujarat:

Travellers will have to undergo basic screening at state entry points.

Passengers flying to Gujarat who don’t carry negative RT-PCR certificates will be tested and detained till their test results are out (which will take about 6–7 hours). They will need pay for the COVID-19 test conducted at the airport.

On-arrival (by flight) testing facility is not available at the Rajkot and Vadodara Airports.

Public transport may operate only with 75% of capacity

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Gujarat visit  -

http://gujhealth.gujarat.gov.in/corona-virus-guidline.htm

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Himachal Pradesh

With the decline in positivity rate and an increase in recovery rate, the situation with regard to the Covid-19 pandemic is improving in Himachal Pradesh. Owing to the current covid situation, the government of Himachal have lifted the lockdown in the state. Here are the details.

Is there a lockdown? – No

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – Yes

Registration or E-Pass Requirement – Not Required

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers – No

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Himachal Pradesh, visit –

http://hptdc.in/index.php/COVID_guidelines/

 

Karnataka

As Karnataka continues to register a large number of recoveries, the state government has relaxed Covid curbs. 

Is there a lockdown? – Gradually unlocking

Night Curfew Timings – 10:00 pm to 5:00 am

Weekend Curfew - No

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – Yes

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers –

All persons travelling to Karnataka (through any mode of transport) should carry either a negative RT-PCR Report from the test conducted within 72 hours of arrival or the vaccination certificate of at least 1 dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.  

Guidelines for traveling in and outside Karnataka:

State movement of persons and vehicles are permitted.

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Karnataka visit –

https://COVID19.karnataka.gov.in/english

 

Kerala

Following an alarming surge in daily COVID-19 cases, the Kerala government on Thursday (July 29, 2021) announced that it will impose a complete weekend lockdown on July 31, 2021 and August 1, 2021. Some of the worst affected districts in Kerala are Malappuram, Thrissur, Kozhikode, Ernakulam, Palakkad, Kollam, Alappuzha, Kannur, Thiruvananthapuram and Kottayam.

Is there a lockdown? – Gradual unlocking

Weekend Curfew - Yes

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – No

Registration or E-Pass Requirement – For inter-state road transport of individuals for emergency purposes, registration on the Covid-19 Jagratha portal is mandatory. No other individuals allowed for inter-state movement.

Is RT-PCR Negative Report Required - 

All persons traveling to Kerala should carry either an RT-PCR negative report from a test conducted within 72 hours of arrival or the vaccination certificate of having both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.

What You Should Know Before Visiting Kerala:

RT-PCR negative report from the test conducted within 72 hours of arrival is mandatory for inter-state travel.

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Kerala visit - https://health.kerala.gov.in/guidelines.html

 

Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh will begin the process of unlocking from June 1, 2021. A fresh set of guidelines have been issued. Here are the full regulations.

Is there a lockdown? – Unlocking begins from June 1

Night Curfew Timings – 11:00pm to 6:00am

Weekend Curfew – Yes

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – Yes

Registration or E-Pass Requirement – Not Required

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers –  Not mandatory to visit Club Mahindra Kanha

What You Should Know Before Visiting Madhya Pradesh:

As per the order dated 04-07-2021 issued by the Mandla District administration, all the persons coming from any other State will be required to undergo RTPCR Test upon arrival at the Mandla District.

As far as international travelers are concerned, hotels and resorts (including Club Mahindra) have been asked to share the guests’ details with the local authorities. The RT-PCR Report, not older than 72 hours is mandatory to check-in at Club Mahindra Kanha.

In case any of our guests face any health problems during their visit to the Kanha Resort, local authorities will be intimated.

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Madhya Pradesh, visit - http://www.health.mp.gov.in/en/COVID-19-orderscircularsdirectives-guidelines

 

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Maharashtra

The Maharashtra government had on Friday, June 25 decided to reduce the five-level relaxation plan (based on positivity rate and bed occupancy) to level three. The state has now adopted level three as the base limit in terms of Covid-19 restrictions. Looking at the positivity rate,  Maharashtra has decided to continue the lockdown restrictions in Pune and other districts such as Kolhapur, Satara, Sangli, Solapur, Pune, Raigad, and Ahmednagar.

Is there a lockdown? – No

Weekend Curfew? - Yes, in Pune City

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – Yes

Registration or E-Pass Requirement – Not Required if traveling from/ to/ through any Level 5 area.

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers

All travellers entering into Maharashtra from any State/ UT will have to produce a Covid negative certificate from the RT_PCR test conducted from an ICMR/ State Govt approved lab within 72 hours from arrival (entry time). However, the persons who have got both the doses of the Covid-19 vaccine and 15 days have elapsed since the last dose will be allowed entry into the State without any requirement of negative RT_PCR report, upon production of final Covid vaccination certificate issued from Cowin App.  

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Maharashtra, visit –

https://arogya.maharashtra.gov.in/

Puducherry

The Union Territory of Puducherry has extended the lockdown till July 31, 2021. Here’s all you need to know.

Is there a lockdown? – Yes

Night Curfew Timings – 10:00 pm to 5:00 am

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – Yes

Registration or E-Pass Requirement – Not Required

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers – Not Required

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Puducherry visit –

https://puducherry-dt.gov.in/COVID-19-2/

 

 Rajasthan

The Rajasthan government on Saturday, June 26 revised its Covid lockdown guidelines, giving more relaxations in the curbs imposed since mid-April. 

Is there a lockdown? – Lockdown unlocking process starting from June

Night Curfew - 11:00 pm to 5:00 am 

Weekend Curfew - Yes

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – Yes

Registration or E-Pass Requirement – Not required. However, travelers coming into the State compulsorily upload their RT-PCR negative test reports at the State Govt. web portal.

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers –

Persons arriving into Rajasthan from any other state/ UT will have to carry the Covid negative certificate from the RT_PCR test conducted from an ICMR/ State Govt approved lab within 72 hours from journey commencement time. He/ she is also to upload the report on the state govt. web portal as aforesaid.

The travelers not carrying the negative report will have to undergo quarantine for 15 days.

The travellers not carrying the negative report will have to undergo quarantine for 15 days. However, the persons who had got at least the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine are not required to carry the RT-PCR negative report. 

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Rajasthan visit –

https://COVIDinfo.rajasthan.gov.in/office-orders.aspx

 

Sikkim

Sikkim is no longer under lockdown but strict guidelines have been issued in order to curb cases of COVID-19. The state has also, allowed the entry of fully vaccinated tourists.

Is there a lockdown? – Yes

Night Curfew Timings – 10:30 pm to 6:00 am

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – Yes

Registration or E-Pass Requirement – Yes, all travelers are to register themselves at the state government portal under the “Tourist” category and obtain Travel Cards.

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers – Entry of tourists from Melli and Rangpo Post is allowed without a negative RT-PCR Report in case the persons are fully vaccinated (have taken both doses). 

If a family is visiting Sikkim from another state, and one of the family members has received both the doses of Covid-19 vaccine, and rest have received a single dose of vaccine or are children below 18 years, they all will be allowed with the RT-PCR Test negative report from the test conducted within 72 hours of arrival.

Other tourists who have not taken the vaccine or have partial vaccination (1 dose only) are not allowed to enter the state.

The driver of the tourist vehicle must also be either fully vaccinated (2 doses) or must leave the State on the same day of arrival.

What to Know when Visiting Sikkim:

Odd-even rule shall apply for all vehicles entering into the State and for inter/ intra district movement as well.

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Sikkim visit –

https://www.COVID19sikkim.org/

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Tamil Nadu

The Covid lockdown has been extended in Tamil Nadu till August 9 without further relaxations.

Is there a lockdown? – Yes

Night Curfew Timings – No

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – Yes

Registration or E-Pass Requirement – Not Required

Guidelines for traveling within Tamil Nadu: Inter-state private and bus transport, international air travel except the ones allowed by the Union home ministry are prohibited.

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Tamil Nadu visit –

https://stopcorona.tn.gov.in/

 

Uttarakhand

The Uttarakhand government extended the COVID-19 curfew by one week with some relaxation. The state will remain under lockdown till July 27.

Is there a lockdown? – Yes

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – Yes

Registration or E-Pass Requirement – Yes, register on http://smartcitydehradun.uk.gov.in/

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers – All persons traveling from any other state/ UT are to carry negative RT_PCR/ TruNaat/ CBNaat/ RAT report from the test done 72 hours prior to the time of arrival into the state. Also, the residents of plain areas of Uttarakhand traveling to hill areas also required to carry RT-PCR negative reports. 

Guidelines for traveling within Uttarakhand: All modes of public transport, bus, auto-rickshaw, cabs, and other services will operate with half the seating capacity.

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Uttarakhand visit –

https://health.uk.gov.in/pages/display/140-novel-corona-virus-guidelines-and-advisory-

 

Uttar Pradesh

Owing to the dip in the covid cases in the state, the Uttar Pradesh government on Friday, July,  further eased the Covid-19 restrictions. Here are the details

Is there a lockdown? – No

Night Curfew Timings – 7:00 pm to 7:00 am

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt – Yes

Registration or E-Pass Requirement –

Not required for inter-state/ inter-district movement, except for certain districts (excluding Agra)

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers – Not required

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in Uttar Pradesh visit – http://dgmhup.gov.in/en/Covid19Docs

 

West Bengal

The West Bengal government on Monday (June 28) extended restrictions across the state till July 15 in view of the COVID-19 situation. As per the revised orders, the state will remain locked until July 15. 

Night Curfew Timings – Yes

Are Tourists Allowed Entry by the State Govt? – Yes

Registration or E-Pass Requirement – Not required

Mandatory RT-PCR testing for travelers – Air passengers and the persons coming from long-distance trains/ buses from any state/ UT will have to produce a Covid negative certificate (RTPCR test) conducted from an ICMR/ State Govt approved lab within 72 hours before boarding, to avoid 14 days quarantine.

What to Know Before Visiting West Bengal - 

Movement of people and vehicles for non-essential/ emergency reasons is allowed between 5 am to 9 pm.  

Operation of inter/ intra-district trains (including metro trains) to remain prohibited, except for special staff train for movement of emergency/ essential services.

Public transport may operate only with 50% capacity

For more on COVID-19 Guidelines in West Bengal visit –

https://www.wbhealth.gov.in/pages/corona/guideline

 

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