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Taking a Flight Amid Second Wave of COVID-19? Check State-wise Restrictions, Rules on Testing And Quarantine Here | Full List

Those arriving in the national capital from COVID-hit states like Maharashtra, Karnataka might have to undergo random testing in these states. Check Full List here

Updated: April 9, 2021 1:07 PM IST

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Taking a Flight Amid Second Wave of COVID-19? Check State-wise Restrictions, Rules on Testing And Quarantine Here | Full List

State-Wise Travel Restrictions You Should Know

New Delhi: Since India is facing the second wave of coronavirus, several states have imposed restrictions on the movement, gathering of people in a bid to contain the spread of COVID-19. While many states have made negative RT-PCR report mandatory, some may ask you to undergo a COVID-19 test upon arrival. Here we have compiled a list of guidelines for people travelling across states. Readers must note that these rules are subject to change. People are advised to keep an eye on the airline’s website and official sources for the latest updates. Also Read - Mera Workload Mat Badhao Bhai: 'Yamraj' Walks on Streets of Moradabad, Urges People to Wear Mask | Watch
Delhi: Those arriving in the national capital from COVID-hit states like Maharashtra, Karnataka might have to undergo random testing. Besides, the Kejriwal government has made the Aarogya Setu app mandatory. One can exit the airport immediately after sample collection, but they need to undergo mandatory 7-day home quarantine post arrival. In case their result comes positive, they can continue home quarantine or move to a hospital. Also Read - Night Curfew Imposed in UP’s Moradabad From 10 PM to 6 AM Till April 16, Essential Services Allowed

Assam: People coming to Assam from Mumbai and Bangalore have to mandatorily carry a negative RT-PCR report, conducted within 72 hours prior to undertaking the journey and the test report should be verifiable using QR code or otherwise. Airlines would allow boarding to only those passengers at Mumbai and Bengaluru who are carrying the negative RT-PCR test report. Any passenger from these two cities who arrive without satisfactory RT-PCR test report will have to undergo paid COVID-19 testing at the airport and will wait in designated location inside airport premises at his own expense till the test result is available.

Andhra Pradesh: People arriving in the southern state will have undergo a thermal screening on arrival. Besides, they will be asked to register themselves on the Spandana website ( and mandatorily have the Aarogya Setu app.
Chandigarh: People have to register themselves on COVA Punjab app if they want to travel to the UT. Apart from this, they have to undergo thermal screening and fill a health declaration form upon arrival.
Gujarat: The Vijay Rupani-led Gujarat government has made a negative RT-PCR report mandatory for those arriving in the state. In case they don’t have one, they will be asked to undergo a Covid test on arrival and stay at the airport until test results come. Moreover, passengers travelling to Surat will need to download the SMC Covid-19 Tracker app and fill an online “Novel corona self-reporting form.
Karnataka: Negative RT-PCR report which is not more than 72 hours old is mandatory if you are travelling to Karnataka from Chandigarh, Punjab, Kerala and Maharashtra.
Kerala: Before travelling to Kerala, passengers will have to secure an e-pass by registering on the state’s Covid-19 portal ( They need to download the Aarogya Setu app on their phone. Symptomatic passengers will have to take a Covid test on arrival. In case, you are travelling for business trade, court cases or medical purposes the above-mentioned rules are relaxed.

Maharashtra: Those travelling to Maharashtra from the National Capital Region (NCR)/Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Goa and Rajasthan have to mandatorily carry a negative RT-PCR report not earlier than 72 hours. Those without it will have to undergo COVID-19 test at the airport at their own expense.
Uttarakhand: The Uttarakhand government has also made it mandatory to carry an RT-PCR negative Covid-19 report for people travelling to the state from areas reporting a high case load. “People travelling from Maharashtra, Kerala, Punjab, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, MP, TN, Gujarat, Haryana, UP, Delhi and Rajasthan by road, air and train to Uttarakhand are advised to carry a negative RT-PCR test report (the test done 72 hours prior to arrival in the state),” an advisory released by the state government said.
Madhya Pradesh: passengers arriving from Maharashtra to Indore and Bhopal will be asked to carry a negative RT-PCR report (not earlier than 48 hours). This rule does not apply to arrivals from other states/UTs.
Uttar Pradesh: If you are arriving in UP from Maharashtra and Kerala you must carry a negative RT-PCR report, (test done within 72 hours before arrival) with yourself. Besides, you will be asked to undergo mandatory 14-day home quarantine, unless you plan to leave the state within a week of arrival.
Rajasthan: Rajasthan government on April 4 issued an order making the RT-PCR test mandatory for people entering the state and those travelling outside the state.

Taking a Flight Amid Second Wave of COVID-19? Check State-wise Restrictions, Rules on Testing And Quarantine Here
Negative RT-PCR report needed to enter Himachal Pradesh after April 16
Himachal Pradesh joins Delhi, Assam, Odisha, Uttarakhand, Gujarat and Karnataka who have also issued similar orders following the rise in cases of the coronavirus disease across the nation.
By | Edited by Shankhyaneel Sarkar

PUBLISHED ON APR 11, 2021 06:38 PM IST

A healthcare worker gets a sample of a swab for the COVID-19 test, in Lahaul Spiti. (ANI)

The Himachal Pradesh government said on Sunday it will issue a directive asking people travelling to the state from Punjab, Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh to carry a negative RT-PCR Covid-19 test report after April 16, the chief minister’s office said. The decision was taken after Himachal Pradesh chief minister Jai Ram Thakur reviewed the Covid-19 situation in the state, his office said.

Himachal Pradesh issued a similar order for people entering the state on Friday but it only made negative RT-PCR tests mandatory for labourers of other states entering the state’s Spiti valley for work. It also asked contractors to present the negative RT-PCR tests before entering the valley.
The state over the past week has imposed fresh restrictions on gatherings as well due to a surge in Covid-19 cases. The government on Tuesday restricted gatherings at marriage ceremonies to 50 people indoors and with a maximum of 200 for outdoors. It also said that only 50 people will be allowed to attend funerals.
Himachal Pradesh reported 941 cases of Covid-19 on Saturday, which took the state’s tally to 69,114. The state also reported 12 fresh fatalities and now its death toll stands at 1,102.

Delhi, Assam, Odisha, Uttarakhand, Gujarat and Karnataka have also issued similar orders following the rise in cases of the coronavirus disease across the nation. Delhi on Saturday made the RT-PCR test mandatory for people entering from Maharashtra. The Odisha government on Thursday said any person entering the state via rail, road or air will have to present a Covid-19 negative test report. Assam took similar measures last Sunday making the RT-PCR test mandatory for people entering the state from Mumbai and Bengaluru. Neighbouring state Uttarakhand made the negative RT-PCR test report mandatory on arrival on March 30 after witnessing a surge in the number of cases.

Negative RT-PCR report needed to enter Himachal Pradesh after April 16
Gurugram faces night curfew as Haryana goes under lockdown from 9 pm to 5 am

Delhi's adjoining Gurugram is set to go under a night curfew from Monday night as the Haryana government has announced the state-wide restriction on movement on non-essential persons and vehicles between 9 PM and 5 AM in view of rising Covid-19 cases.

Satender Chauhan
April 12, 2021
UPDATED: April 12, 2021 20:28 IST

A deserted street during night curfew | Representative image from PTI

In view of recent surge in the number of Covid-19 cases in the state, the Haryana government on Monday imposed a night curfew. The curfew will come into effect immediately and will be applicable across the state, including Delhi's neighbouring Gurugram.
As per the order, the movement of all non-essential personnel and vehicles will be banned in the state between 9 PM and 5 AM till further orders.
No person shall leave their home or shall move on foot or by vehicle or travel or stand or roam around on any road or public place between 9 PM and 5 AM, the government order said.

However, the order exempts frontline workers like police, emergency service personnel, military or central police force personnel, etc from the night curfew.
Those employed with media, health, electricity or fire department are also allowed to go out during the night to discharge their duties.
Pregnant women and people with medical conditions will also be allowed to go to hospitals or medical centres.
Any one else wishing to travel during the night will have to obtain a curfew pass.
There will be no ban on movement of inter-state and intra-state transport.
During night curfew, hospitals, chemists and ATMS will remain open, the order said.

Haryana is among the 16 states in India that have registered a steep rise in the Covid-19 cases recently.
On Sunday, the Covid-19 death toll in Haryana reached 3,268 with 16 more fatalities, while 3,440 fresh cases pushed the infection tally to 3,16,881, a health department bulletin said.
Of the fresh cases, Gurgaon reported 1,084, Faridabad 445 and Karnal 264 infections.
The previous highest single-day spike in cases in Haryana was registered on November 20, 2020, when the state had reported 3,104 cases.
At present, there are 20,981 active cases in the state, while the recovery rate stands at 92.35 per cent, the state government said on Sunday.

Gurugram faces night curfew as Haryana goes under lockdown from 9 pm to 5 am
15-day janta curfew in Maharashtra from April 14: What's allowed, what's not
TIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Apr 13, 2021, 22:38 IST

NEW DELHI: Maharashtra

chief minister Uddhav Thackeray

on Tuesday announced a 15-day curfew across the state from tomorrow in view of the alarming surge in coronavirus cases.

Here are the restrictions that will remain in force for the next 15 days:

* No lockdown

but "janta curfew" across Maharashtra from 8pm, April 14 till 7am, May 1

* Section 144 to be imposed across the state

* No one should step out unless it is an emergency

* Private vehicles can ply only for essential/emergency purposes

* Public transport

allowed with restrictions (Autos: Driver + 2 passengers; Taxi: Driver + 50% of vehicle capacity; Bus: Full capacity but no standing passengers allowed)

* Trains and flights to be allowed

Curbs imposed in Maharashtra (5)

* No schools and colleges across the state. Private coaching to remain shut. Students travelling for exam may be allowed along with one adult on the basis of valid hall ticket

* All restaurants and hotels to remain closed for dine-in. Home delivery allowed

* Cinema halls, drama theatres, clubs, swimming pools, gyms, amusement parks to remain shut

* No shooting for films/serials/ads

Curbs imposed in Maharashtra (8)

* Only offices in exempted category allowed. Read document below for full details

* Ecommerce to be allowed only for delivery of essential goods

* All shops/malls not performing essential services to remain closed

* Public places like beaches, gardens, etc to remain closed.

* Religious places of worship to remain closed

* Barber shops and saloons to remain closed

* Weddings to be allowed only with maximum 25 people present. Funerals to be allowed only with maximum of 20 people

* Decisions on letting domestic help, drivers, attendants to be taken by local authorities

Here's the full order issued by the state government:
In Video : Maharashtra: Covid-19 curfew for 15 days from April 14; essential services exempted

  • Rajasthan
  • Jaipur
  • In Preparation For The Government To Impose Similar Restrictions In Place Of Lockdown, The Chief Minister Will Decide After Discussing With Religious Leaders, MLAs leaders And Social Organizations.

राजस्थान में 6 बजे से नाइट कर्फ्यू:सभी शहरों में शाम 5 बजे से बंद होंगे बाजार; सरकारी दफ्तर 4 बजे तक, रेस्टोरेंट 50% क्षमता से खुल सकेंगे, 16 अप्रैल से लागू होगी नई गाइडलाइन
जयपुर2 दिन पहले

  • शादी में मेहमानों की संख्या 50 तक रखनी होगी
  • धार्मिक स्थलों पर केवल पुजारी ही नियमित पूजा कर सकेंगे

कोरोना के मामले बढ़ने के बाद राजस्थान सरकार ने 30 अप्रैल तक के लिए नई गाइडलाइन जारी कर दी है। नई गाइडलाइन में राजस्थान के सभी शहरों में शाम 6 बजे से सुबह 5 बजे तक नाइट कर्फ्यू लगाने का फैसला किया है। शहरी क्षेत्रों में शाम 5 बजे से बाजार बंद करने होंगे। सरकारी दफ्तर 4 बजे तक ही खुलेंगे। आपातकालीन सेवाओं को छोड़ 100 से ज्यादा कर्मचारियों वाले सरकारी और निजी दफ्तरों में 50% से ज्यादा कर्मचारी नहीं आ सकेंगे, आधे कर्मचारी वर्क फ्रॉम होम करेंगे। सभी कोचिंग, स्कूल, कॉलेज और लाइब्रेरी सहित शैक्षणिक संस्थान बंद होंगे। गृह विभाग ने नई गाइडलाइन जारी कर कड़ी पाबंदियां लगाई है। नई गाइडलाइन 16 अप्रैल को शाम 6 बजे से लागू होगी।
शादी और निजी आयोजनों में 50 से ज्यादा लोग नहीं आ सकेंगे। सभी तरह के सार्वजनिक कार्यक्रम, धार्मिक आयोजन, रैली, जुलूस पर रोक लगा दी गई है। रेस्टोरेंट में 50% बैठक क्षमता से ज्यादा लोग नहीं बैठा सकेंगे। सिनेमा हॉल, थियेटर, जिम, मल्टीप्लेक्स बंद रहेंगे।

बसों में 50% ही यात्री बैठा सकेंगे, खड़े होकर यात्रा नहीं
बसों सहित हर सार्वजनिक परिवहन के साधनों में 50% सीटों पर ही यात्री बैठा सकेंगे। बसों में खड़े हाेकर यात्रा करने पर रोक रहेगी। निजी वाहनों में तय क्षमता से ज्यादा लोग नहीं बैठ सकेंगे।

शादी समारोह और सार्वजनिक आयोजन के लिए ये पाबंदियां
  • शादी सहित हर निजी आयोजन में 50 से ज्यादा लोग इकट्ठा नहीं हो सकेंगे।
  • शादियों में बैंड वालों को 50 लोगों में नहीं गिना जाएगा।
  • शादी समारोह के लिए पहले SDM को सूचना देनी होगी।
  • अंतिम संस्कार में 20 लोगों से ज्यादा को अनुमति नहीं होगी।
दिन में VC से मंथन, शाम को गाइडलाइन
कोरोना के मामले लगातार बढ़ने के साथ सरकार ने लॉकडाउन तो नहीं पर लॉकडाउन जैसी पाबंदियां लगाने की शुरुआत कर दी है। मुख्यमंत्री ने पाबंदियों पर चर्चा के लिए दोपहर को धर्मगुरुओं, सभी दलों के विधायकों, नेताओं और सामाजिक संगठनों के साथ वीडियो कॉन्फ्रेंसिंग की। मुख्यमंत्री लॉकडाउन लगाने से मना कर चुके हैं, लेकिन लॉकडाउन की तरह लोगों से व्यवहार करने की अपील की है। पिछले दिनों विशेषज्ञों ने जो सुझाव दिए थे, उन्हीं के आधार पर गाइडलाइन में पाबंदियां लगाई हैं।
तीन सीटों पर उपचुनाव का प्रचार बंद होने और गणगौर की सवारी निकलने के बाद लागू होंगी नई गाइडलाइन
सरकार ने नई गाइडलाइन जारी तो बुधवार को जारी कर दी लेकिन लागू उपचुनाव का प्रचार खत्म होने के अगले दिन यानी वोटिंग से ठीक पहले दिन शाम से लागू होंगी, तब तक कल आखिरी दिन सभाएं, रैलियां हो जाएंगी। नई गाइडलाइन में सभी तरह के सार्वजनिक आयोजनों-राजनीतिक सभाओं, रैलियों, धार्मिक, राजनीतिक जुलूसों, त्योहारों के आयोजनों पर रोक लगाई गई है। नई गाइडलाइन 16 को शाम 6 बजे से लागू हो रही हैं। 15 को तीनों सीटों पर शाम को प्रचार बंद हो जाएगा और गणगौर का त्योहार भी मना लिय जाएगा, गणगौर की सवारी भी निकल जाएगी। उसके बाद सभी तरह के सार्वजनिक आयोजनों पर पाबंदी लग जाएगी।
इन पर लागू नहीं होगा नाइट कर्फ्यू
  • लगातार प्रोडक्शन वाली फैक्ट्रीज, नाइट शिफ्ट वाली फैक्ट्रीज।
  • आईटी कंपनियां,केमिस्ट शॉप, अनिवार्य और आपातकालीन सेवाओं से जुड़े दफ्तर।
  • शादी समारोह, मेडिकल सेवाओं से जुड़े कार्यस्थल, बस स्टेशन, रेलवे स्टेशन और एयरपोर्ट से आने जाने वाले यात्री।
  • माल परिवहन वाले वाहन, लोडिंग अनलोडिंग में लगे लोग, सरकार से अनुमति प्राप्त अन्य लोग
शिक्षक संस्थाएं
  • सभी शिक्षण संस्थाएं, कोचिंग, लाइब्रेरी बंद रहेंगे।
  • मेडिकल और नर्सिंग कॉलेजों में पढ़ाई जारी रहेगी।
  • 10वीं और12 वीं बोर्ड परीक्षाएं स्थगित, प्रैक्टिल भी स्थगित।
शादी और अन्य समारोह आयोजन
  • शादी सहित अन्य किसी भी निजी आयोजन में 50 से ज्यादा लोग नहीं आ सकेंगे, यह पाबंदी 16 अप्रैल से 31 मई तक रहेगी।
  • शादी समारोह में बैंड वादकों को 50 लोगों की सीमा से बाहर रखा जाएगा।
  • शादी समारोह की SDM को पहले सूचना देनी होगी, ईमेल से सूचना दी जा सकेगी।
  • शादी या किसी निजी आयोजन में लोगों का मास्क पहनना और सोशल डिस्टेंसिंग रखना अनिवार्य।
  • नो मास्क नो एंट्री का पालन करना होगा।
अंतिम संस्कार
  • अंतिम संस्कार में 20 से ज्यादा लोग शामिल नहीं हो सकेंगे।
  • अंतिम संस्कार में मास्क पहनना और सोशल डिस्टेंसिंग की पालना करनी होगी।
अन्य समारोह और धर्म स्थल
  • सभी तरह के सार्वजनिक सामाजिक, राजनीतिक, खेलकूद, मनोरंजन, सांस्कृतिक, धार्मिक समारोह पर पाबंदी।
  • किसी भी तरह के मेला, जुलूस पर पाबंदी।
  • घर पर रहकर ही पूजा करें, धर्मस्थलों पर पुजारी और प्रबंधन ही नियमित पूजा अर्चना करेगा,ऑनलाइन दर्शन की व्यवस्था जारी रहेगी।
कार्य स्थल
  • 100 से ज्यादा कर्मचारियों वाले सरकारी और निजी दफ्तरों में 50% कर्मचारी ही आएंगे, बाकी कर्मचारी वर्क फ्रॉम होम रहेंगे।
  • इमरजेंसी सेवाओं जैसे पुलिस, फायर, एंबुलेंस और कोविड काम से जुड़ी एजेंसी वाले दफ्तरों को पूरे कर्मचारियों को ऑफिस बुलाने की छूट रहेगी।
  • किसी भी दफ्तर में कर्मचारी कोरोना पॉजिटिव पाए जाने पर 72 घंटे तक उस चैंबर को बंद किया जाएगा।
दुकानें,बाजार और सार्वजनिक स्थान
  • शहरी क्षेत्रों में शाम 5 बजे बाजार बंद हो जाएंगे।
  • दुकानों पर नो मास्क नो सर्विस का सख्ती से पालन अनिवार्य।
  • दुकानों के आगे गोले बनाकर सोशल डिस्टेंसिंग की पालना।
  • नो मास्क नो सर्विस का उल्लंघन करने पर 72 घंटे के लिए दुकान सील।
  • दुकानदार और ग्राहक दोनों को मास्क लगाना अनिवार्य होगा।
  • सार्वजनिक स्थानों पर थूकना प्रतिबंधित।
  • सार्वजनिक स्थानों पर पान, बीड़ी, सिगरेट, जर्दे का सेवन प्रतिबंधित।
  • ऑटोरिक्शा में ड्राइवर के अलावा दो सवारी ही बैठा सकेंगे।
  • फोर व्हीलर टैक्सी में कुल क्षमता के 50 फीसदी लोग ही बैठ सकेंगे, आधी सीटें खाली।
  • बसों में कुल सीट क्षमता में से आधे यात्री ही बैठ सकेंगे, एक सीट छोड़कर ही यात्री बैठ सकेंगे।
  • सार्वजनिक परिवहन में कोई भी खड़े होकर यात्रा नहीं कर सकेगा।
  • हर यात्रा के बाद वाहन को सैनिटाइज करना होगा।
  • निजी वाहनों में तय सीट क्षमता से ज्यादा लोग नहीं बैठ सकेंगे।

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WHO Hasn’t Approved Cure for COVID Involving Pepper, Honey, Ginger
There is no truth to this message and while honey and ginger may have soothing effects, they cannot cure COVID-19.

Updated: 15 Jul 2020, 1:59 PM IST

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There is no truth to this message and while honey and ginger may have soothing effects, they cannot cure COVID-19.

A viral message falsely claiming that the World Health Organisation (WHO) has approved a mixture of black pepper powder, honey and ginger juice as a cure for the novel coronavirus is doing the rounds on social media.
But there is no truth to this message and while honey and ginger may have soothing effects, there is no evidence that they can cure COVID-19.


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According to the viral message, an Indian student from Pondicherry University has discovered this home remedy for COVID-19, which has also been accepted by WHO. The cure is apparently a combination of one tablespoon of black pepper powder, two tablespoons of honey and some ginger juice, which if taken for five days, can ‘suppress’ the effects of coronavirus.
The Quint received a query from a reader about the validity of the claims made in the message.

While we could not find the exact origin of the message, we found that it has been circulating on Twitter since 11 June.

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The message was also viral on Facebook.

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We also found the message being shared on Reddit.

WHO Hasn’t Approved Cure for COVID Involving Pepper, Honey, Ginger

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Many such messages with claims about natural home remedies having the ability to cure COVID-19 have been doing the rounds since the pandemic broke. However, as before, none of these have been proved to be effective in curing COVID-19. Further, there is still no approved cure for the novel coronavirus and the world is still waiting for vaccines to be developed and approved.
In fact, WHO had in April 2020, denied that ginger and honey have any effect in curing or treating the disease. Speaking at a press conference in Geneva, Dr Michael Ryan, executive director of the WHO Health Emergencies Program, said that while it could have soothing effects, or even provide reassurance during an illness, it should not be assumed to be effective in treating COVID-19.

“I think we have to be careful from what we would consider to be the traditional remedies that people use for making themselves feel better during the common cold or the flu or any of this. We’ve all had illnesses, and some of us like to take a drink with honey, some like to take ginger...But it’s a different thing to say that something is effective in treating the disease. At this moment there is no therapy that has been proven to be effective in the treatment of COVID-19.”
Dr Michael Ryan
WHO also denied that such a cure for COVID-19 has been approved by the organisation at all. “This is fake news and WHO has not approved any such home remedy to cure COVID-19,” WHO officials told The Quint.

Further, Dr Suranjit Chatterjee, Senior Consultant, Internal Medicine at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital said that there was no medical basis or evidence to state that either of these elements could cure COVID-19.
“They might soothe the symptoms, they might in some way be immuno-boosters, but in no way do they treat the infection in itself. Once you’ve had the infection, they don’t treat it. They have no definite proven role in the treatment of coronavirus,” Dr Chatterjee said.
Dr Sumit Ray, a critical care specialist in Delhi NCR also told The Quint that there was no evidence that these kind of cures can help in either stopping or recovering from coronavirus.
“Earlier, in pandemics when there was not much medical management, solutions like these were like a solace to people. But at present, there is fairly good medical management which can improve outcomes, so trying to do these and not actually approaching healthcare facilities for the disease could be counter-productive,” Dr Ray said.

While black pepper and honey have antimicrobial properties, according to the USA’s National Institutes of Health, the latter has been considered a good alternative for antiviral drugs for the treatment of some viral infections.

There is currently a study taking place in the USA, in which investigators are trying to determine the efficacy of natural honey in the treatment of COVID-19 patients, but no conclusion has been reached yet.
Further, while ginger is known to be a natural treatment to boost immunity, it is not a cure for the novel coronavirus.
(Update: This story has been updated to include a quote from WHO.)

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UK to add India on COVID-19 travel 'red list'

Mon, 19 April, 2021, 9:35 pm·2-min read

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London [UK], April 19 (ANI): The United Kingdom is adding India to its travel "red list" on a precautionary basis after reporting 103 cases of a coronavirus variant first identified in India, health minister Matt Hancock said on Monday.
Speaking at the parliament, Hancock said that the UK has put in place the new variant assessment platform allowing any country in the world to use our genomic sequencing capability if they want to sequence positive cases in order to discover what is happening in their countries."
"We have recently seen a new variant first identified in India. We have now detected 103 cases of this variant," Hancock said.
"On a precautionary basis, we have made the difficult but vital decision to add India to the Red List. This means anyone who is not a UK or Irish resident or a British citizen cannot enter the UK if they've been in India in the previous 10 days," the health secretary added.
Hancock also said that UK and Irish residents and British citizens who have been in India in the past 10 days before their arrival will need to complete hotel quarantine for 10 days from the time of arrival.
The rules come into force at 4 a.m. local time (0300 GMT) on Friday, Hancock said.
The British High Commission in India said that the decision is to help prevent the spread of variants of concern and protect the most vulnerable.
" If you are a British or Irish National in India, or an Indian national with residency rights in the UK, you will now be required to undergo 10 full days managed hotel quarantine on arrival in England at your expense," it added.
The Russian Embassy's visa section temporarily cease its operations until further notice due to India's COVID-19 situation, it announced on Monday. (ANI)