Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal lay down quarantine rules for passengers landing via flights

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Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal lay down quarantine rules for passengers landing via flights

While the domestic flight services restarted in India on May 25, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal will kick-off their flight operations from May 26 and May 28 respectively.

According to the news reports, passengers arriving from Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Rajasthan and Gujarat will have to undergo mandatory institutional quarantine in Andhra Pradesh for seven days. Other passengers will have to complete home quarantine for 14 days.

In addition, air passengers will have to register on the Spandana website (spandana.ap.gov.in) and get clearance before buying tickets. Only the passengers with clearance will be permitted to book tickets.

Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal lay down quarantine rules for passengers landing via flights

The passengers also need to undergo health screening after their arrival at the airport, the advisory by Health Department said on Monday. Asymptomatic passengers will be allowed to leave with the advice to undergo home quarantine for 14 days. However, in case asymptomatic passengers develop any symptom, it will be obligatory for them to contact the local medical officer or the call centre of the state. Passengers with COVID-19 symptoms will be ushered to the closest health clinic for further screening and health examination.

Reportedly, people with mild or severe symptoms will be put for treatment at a full-time COVID-19 health facility.

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