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EDITOR IN CHIEF- ABDULLAH BIN SALIM AL SHUEILI

India introduces thermal checks for air travellers

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Muscat - The Indian government has released new guidelines for domestic and international passengers, including those arriving at the Delhi Airport.


As per the statement, all destination airports/states are required to carry out thermal screening of flyers upon arrival, including at the New Delhi airport.


All passengers will have to go through a thermal screening at the airport. The guidelines also revealed that random sampling will be done even for domestic passengers arriving from the states.


The ministry added, “If you are travelling on a connecting flight and not leaving the airport at a transit station, then please refer to the detailed guidelines of the respective final destination arrival state.”


Air travellers, flying domestically or arriving from abroad, need to follow upon landing at the Indira Gandhi International Airport. Passengers testing positive will have to quarantine for 10 days at home or Covid Care Centre (CCC)/Community Health Centre (CHC)/hospital.


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