With cases increasing day by day in India, state governments have announced several travel restrictions. It’s best to hunker down and stay home, but if you do have to travel, here’s a list of various rules in different states that you should know about.
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Kashmir requires travellers coming by road to undergo RT-PCR tests in Kulgam district, Srinagar. All train passengers need to produce a negative RT-PCR test report done within 72 hours of travel.
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Delhi is currently under a lockdown until May 3 and unnecessary travelling and vehicle movement have been restricted in the Union Territory. Earlier, the Delhi Disaster Management required a negative RT-PCR test report conducted before 72 hours for those entering from Maharashtra.
Travellers who fail to produce the report would have to take a mandatory quarantine of 14 days. For passengers arriving by train, it is mandatory to home quarantine for 14 days and wear masks. Anybody found not wearing masks will be fined Rs 500.
Uttarakhand has made it RT-PCR tests mandatory for travellers entering from Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Kerala, Punjab, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, and Rajasthan…