New travel guidelines in Karnataka


New travel guidelines in Karnataka

As domestic flights begin to operate in India from May 25, the state of Karnataka has issued guidelines for travellers. The fresh guidelines issued by the state government in Karnataka is for national, international, and local travellers.

According to reports, the Karnataka Government has said that people coming in for the other states will be kept in institutional quarantine for seven days. The compulsory quarantine period will include a test for COVID-19, and if the result comes out negative, they would be permitted to spend time in home-quarantine. The state has identified certain states as high prevalence states, these include, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Delhi, and the above rule applies to travellers from these states. International travellers also fall under this category.

For travellers from other states in India, they will have to remain in home quarantine for seven days. Also, Karnataka has made it mandatory for travellers entering into the city to register in Seva Sindhu.

The rules do not apply to pregnant women, children below the age of 10, senior citizens who are 80 years of age and above, and any patients who are terminally ill. These people will need to observe home quarantine for 14 days after COVID test.

For inter-district travel, symptomatic travellers will be screened at the point of origin, and then referred to fever clinics. If asymptomatic, they will be allowed to travel after screening.

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