Karnataka makes negative RT-PCR report mandatory for travellers
Amid a steady rise in the number of COVID-19 cases, the Karnataka government has ordered passengers from Kerala and Maharashtra to file RT-PCR negative reports, regardless of whether they are vaccinated or not.
Persons arriving from Kerala, Maharashtra must submit a negative RT-PCR certificate within 72 hours. This provision applies to all passengers arriving in Karnataka by plane, bus, train and private transport.
The railway government is liable for making sure that everyone travelling through rail has a negative RT-PCR certificate. For all passengers traveling by bus, flight attendants must ensure they have a negative RT-PCR certificate. The aircraft can only issue boarding passes to passengers with negative RT-PCR certification within 72 hours.
The deputy directors in Kerala - Dakshina Canada, Kodagu and Mysore - and Maharashtra - in areas bordering Belagavi, Vijayapura, Kalaburagi and Bidar, will set up checkpoints and dispatch the necessary personnel to keep all cars (drivers, assistants / cleaners) in Karnataka. let you in. Make sure you meet the above requirements.
Students and the public who visit Karnataka daily for educational, business and other purposes must take an RT-PCR test every 15 days and submit a negative test report.
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