Monday, May 25, 2020

Flying To Mumbai? New Maharashtra Rules You Need To Know

Worst-affected by the coronavirus pandemic in India, Maharashtra, which said it will allow 25 flights to Mumbai for now, announced a set of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and guidelines for travellers coming into the state. These include:
All passengers will be advised to download the Aarogya Setu app.
They will have to declare that they are not coming from any containment zone and don't have any COVID-19 symptoms.
They will also need to declare that they have not tested coronavirus positive in the last two months and are not under quarantine.
Anyone travelling without meeting the required conditions will face action.
Airlines and airports will ensure social distancing at all times and thermal screening.
All passengers, crew and other staff will have to wear masks and follow sanitation rules.
All passengers will be stamped on their left hand and be under home isolation for 14 days.
Local officials will be authorised to give exemptions to isolation rule for important work.
Passengers who are coming to the state for less than one week will be exempt from home isolation.
Passengers will not be allowed into containment zones of hotspot areas.
Authorities need to be informed of where a passenger is staying if other than their homes.
Passengers are permitted to travel in their personal vehicles to the airport as long as they don't travel from a containment zone.
25/05/20 NDTV
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