New guidelines have been issued for international travelers coming from abroad at Delhi Airport. All passengers have been asked to stay in quarantine at their expense for seven days. After this, it will also be necessary to stay in the home quarantine for seven days. The Airport Authority has also asked passengers to sign an undertaking that they will abide by. According to the guideline, those who are planning to stay in Delhi-NCR will have to undergo a mandatory health check-up. They will first have to undergo a health check by the airport health officials and then the Delhi government.
Passengers on the first level will undergo thermal screening. Passengers will be allowed to visit the designated place only after both levels of screening. The guidelines state that exemption will be given to only four categories of people. Pregnant women, if any of their families have died, are suffering from a serious illness and are parents of children under 10 years of age, are excluded from it.
Flights were banned in March to prevent the spread of the coronavirus epidemic. Indians stranded abroad are being brought back under the Vande Bharat Mission. Some foreign airlines also sent flights to India under this. The guideline states, ‘Passengers of international flights coming under the Vande Bharat Mission can travel only by connecting domestic flights. If a passenger is coming from India on non-Vande India international flights and is planning to travel by another domestic flight, then they have to get an authorized exemption certificate. ‘Let us tell you that the government has increased the ban on international flights from 15 July to 31 July. Domestic flights began operating on 25 May after a suspension of nearly two months.