India introduced new COVID-19 entry measures for all travelers on 22 December 2022
The government of India updated its COVID-19 entry measures on 22 December 2022. The following measures will be implemented:
- The government lifted vaccination requirements but recommends that all travelers be fully vaccinated by an approved primary vaccination regimen as recommended by their country of residence.
- Upon arrival, travelers with COVID-19-related symptoms will be required to report conditions and undergo isolation as specified by government officials upon arrival.
- Travelers will have their temperature taken upon arrival.
- Randomized testing will be conducted for 2% of incoming travelers.
What are the Changes?
The government of India introduced new COVID-19 measures on 22 December 2022. According to the government announcement, these measures have been taken as a result of pandemic-related developments across the globe.
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