Sunday, May 24, 2020

Show QR Code to Airlines: Tamil Nadu Comes up With ‘Aarogya Setu-Like’ Platform For Domestic Flyers From Tomorrow

New Delhi: A day before domestic flights start operations in the country after a gap of two months, the Tamil Nadu government has released a detailed SOP (Standard Operating Protocol) for the incoming passengers.
While there is a lot of hullaballoo over downloading of Aarogya Setu App, the Tamil Nadu government has come with a new portal where all flyers will have to register themselves.  The flyers will have to select the airport and fill in their details.
While applying for the pass, the flyers will get a self-declaration form.
1. Not a resident of any containment zone.
2. Not suffering from fever, cough, respiratory diseases.
3. Not under quarantine
4. Will contact the health authorities if any of the above-mentioned symptoms start.
5. Not tested positive in the last two months.
6. Eligible to travel as per the extant norms
7. Will make my contact number available.
8. Will be liable to penal action if provide false information.
9. Undertake to adhere to the health protocol.
>The travel permit will be issued with a QR code.

>Before giving the boarding pass, the airline official will check for the Tamil Nadu pass.

>Travellers can use own vehicle or rented vehicle for travel fro, the airport to their home. The vehicle number must be indicated.

> After reaching Tamil Nadu, asymptomatic persons will be under home quarantine for 14 days.
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