New quarantine rules in Kerala
New quarantine rules in Kerala today for international travellers, Is India out of Covid-19 danger? Has Kerala been able to control the spread of Covid-19? Should India allow international travelers to enter India? Can India take the same procedures that other countries have taken with Indian tourists? Should International traveling be restricted?
Currently, 141155 active cases of covid-19 are present in Kerala. However, it is believed that the spread of covid has been contained and under control in Kerala. Currently, the TPR is 13.65. Approximately 3% of the total active cases in India are from Kerala. 0.54% of the death rate is from Kerala.
Especially New quarantine rules will be applicable from Monday. This information was shared by Kerala Health Minister Veena George. These rules are based on Union Health Ministry regulations.
Today for international travellers
Moreover the new criteria have specific rules for United Kingdom travelers. It is mandatory to have a ten-day quarantine. It can be at their home or any location they are staying. South African, Brazilian, and European passengers will be required to undergo a seven-day quarantine upon arrival.
Moreover the health minister has given a statement. In the statement he wants all international travelers to undergo the RT-PCR test. The test upon arrival at any state airport. Even if the traveler has a vaccination certificate he needs to be tested.
Although If the RT-PCR test results are negative, travelers from other countries will be required to perform 14 days of self-monitoring. Passengers from Botswana, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, South Africa, Brazil, European nations, the Middle East, Bangladesh, China, Mauritius, and Zimbabwe will have their samples tested for virus modification.
Moreover Indian visitors were imposed with quarantine. After that, the Centre has issued a 10-day mandatory quarantine for travelers traveling from the United Kingdom.
George further stated that an international traveler to the state must undergo three RT-PCR tests: one previous to 72 hours of travel, the second upon arrival at a state airport, and the third eight days later.