Delhi, Lifestyle Desk. Air and rail services continue uninterrupted amid the Corona virus epidemic. This has a favorable impact on common life. Prior to this, all modes of travel in lockdown were completely closed. However, the Vande Bharat Mission was also continuing in lockdown. Under this mission, Indians trapped abroad are being brought back home safely.
Now the Vande Bharat Mission has reached the fourth stage. In this mission, not only international but domestic aircraft are also flying. Despite this, the traveler is confused about the quarantine whether he still has to stay in the quarantine. Meanwhile, new quarantine rules have been made for travelers coming to and from Delhi. If you do not know, then let us know-
New rules of international travel
- Passengers arriving at Delhi airport via a flight to India and taking no connecting flights will have to stay in quarantine for seven days after exiting the airport. Subsequently, they would have to remain in isolation at their home for seven days.
-If passenger Vande arrives by flight to India, and want to go through their state road, both rules have to be followed. This means that you will have to stay in quarantine for 14 days.
-If the passengers are reaching Delhi Airport from any other flight other than Vande Bharat Mission and the passenger wants to leave the airport, then the passenger may have to stay in quarantine for seven days. After this, the house will also have to stay in quarantine for seven days.
New rules of domestic travel
- If passengers come to Delhi Airport from any other state of the country, then the passenger will have to stay in quarantine for seven days. If passengers leave the airport, you will have to stay in quarantine at home for seven days.
- If passengers are going to other states via Delhi Airport, then the passenger has to follow the quarantine rules of the destination state.
If the passengers arrive at the Delhi airport and want to go out under the Vanda Bharat Mission, then the passenger will not have to follow the new rules. Provided that passengers cannot exit the airport.