New Delhi Airport Issues Advisory For International Flyers


@ Saket Dinkar | News Editor

New Delhi: In order to take containment measures in view of 3rd phase of probable Covid 19; Omicron, the latest reported mutant as found in African countries and reported globally, New Delhi Airport has issued advisory for international flyers in this regards

In this advisory, all international flyers arriving to India must submit their self declaration form, showing negative RT-PCR results, and share travel details of last 14 days.

International travellers arriving from countries considered “at risk” need to take the Covid test upon arrival. They can book Covid test slots online at Delhi Airport’s website and avoid waiting in line.

Travellers from “at risk” countries who test negative must quarantine for 7 days and get another Covid test
done on day 8.

These advisories have been issued to handle the probable cases of Covid in view of its latest mutant Omicron found in African countries and reported globally and WHO has considered it as most dangerous. These advisories are issued to trace all such Omicron cases so that it is checked at primary level and matches its input of all cases reported at 1st level.

These advisories shall also control rush at Delhi airport and will also control any panic situation arriving out of Covid temperament in hush hush manner. So these advisories are considered a well planned monitoring of all latest cases of Covid; the latest mutant Omicron. The action plan of Modi government was appreciated globally and India handled Covid situation well in 1st phase of Covid and got appreciation at international level and least death reported even though being a densely populated country and middle level of health services as compare to European and American countries however there were seen and described as panic which was ever seen this world.


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