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Passengers travelling to India required to submit negative PCR report online

24 February 2021  

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KATHMANDU: All passengers travelling to India are required to upload the negative PCR test report online.

The Indian Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has stated that passengers will not be allowed to travel without uploading the report online.

Nepal Airlines and Air India are flying from Nepal to India. Earlier, India had allowed entry even if the PCR report and self-declaration form were taken along.

Now both these forms have to be uploaded online. Passengers travelling to India can go to the New Delhi Airport portal and upload the self declaration form.

On the other hand, the negative PCR report of Covid-19 should be uploaded online within 72 hours before the trip.

Both these documents can be uploaded on the website New Delhi’s airport website.

Publish Date : 24 February 2021 13:17 PM

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