Indian authorities have further relaxed the COVID-19 entry requirements.
With effect from November 22, international travellers are no longer required to present immunisation records or COVID-19 test results prior to departure. On arrival, they will go through thermal screening; symptomatic passengers must be isolated and tested. All travellers are required to self-monitor their health up to 14 days prior to arrival, and authorities may test travellers at entrance points at random for free as a surveillance measure. Depending on the severity of the disease and bilateral agreements, officials may quickly change the restrictions.
On the Air Suvidha website, applicants are no longer required to upload a health statement, proof of immunisation, or a negative COVID-19 test result prior to departure. However, Indian government representatives still advise new entrants to finish the primary immunisation series advised in their home country, self-monitor their health upon arrival, and get in touch with local health authorities if they exhibit COVID-19 symptoms. There are no active quarantine and on-arrival testing procedures.
Restrained domestic COVID-19 regulations are still in place throughout India, with few regional variances. On March 31, India removed the majority of its COVID-19 limitations. State governments may, however, alter regulations in response to disease activity. Officials encourage people social distance in public and use facemasks.