Maharashtra Travellers Going to Delhi Not Required To Have Negative RT-PCR Report

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New Delhi, 15th June 2021: In the second wave, various states imposed restrictions on travellers coming from outside. However, due to the caseload going down, states are now easing restrictions.

According to the rules from April, travellers from Maharashtra needed to have a negative RT-PCR report and 14 days quarantine were mandatory.

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However, on Monday, Delhi Airport Authority announced new guidelines saying that the passengers will not have to carry a negative RT-PCR report anymore.

The new guidelines have been set for people coming to Delhi from Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana.

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