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India issues fresh guidelines for travellers from Mauritius

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India has issued fresh guidelines for international travellers particularly those coming from countries marked as “at risk”, including Mauritius.

The countries that have also been marked as at risk include the UK, South Africa, Brazil, Bangladesh, Botswana, China, New Zealand, and Zimbabwe.

The list of these countries was made on October 20.

“People coming from at risk countries where India and that country have reciprocal arrangement for acceptance of vaccine may be allowed to leave airport and will self monitor their health for 14 days. If not or partially vaccinated, such travellers will give their samples for COVID test and will undergo 7-day home quarantine. They shall undergo a test again on the eighth day and if tested negative will undertake another 7-day home quarantine,” say the guidelines.

“Our teams are at the airport and they assist both international and domestic travellers in following the guidelines. A close watch on the arrival is kept in the wake of different variants being reported in other places,” said chief medical officer, Lucknow, Dr Manoj Agrawal.

Original article at Hindustan Times

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