India is battling a second wave of COVID-19, and several countries have announced bans and various restrictions on travel to and from India.
READ: Here’s the List of Countries who have Banned Travellers from India
Doha has so far held back any kind of blanket ban or restrictions. But the Arab country released a fresh set of guidelines for people travelling from India on April 29.
Flyers from India will have to carry a COVID-19 negative RT-PCR test report in English. The test must be taken not less than 48 hours before the scheduled flight.
The negative RT-PCR report carried by all the passengers must be conducted by an ICMR certified lab.
The printed or soft copy of the RT-PCR report must be in English, it must not be hand-written.
Airlines flying to Doha have posted about this on Twitter.
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Passengers also have to undergo mandatory hotel quarantine of 10 days in a dedicated facility only. Home quarantine will not be allowed.
They will also have to undertake an RT-PCR test at the quarantine facility at their own expense within one day upon arrival in Doha…