Airport Authority of India asks travellers coming from ‘at risk’ countries to pre-book RTPCR test
The Airport Authority of India has said that all international travelers coming from ‘at risk’ countries will now have to compulsorily pre-book RTPCR test. It said, test will be conducted as per the guidelines of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
The Airport Authority of India further said, this arrangement will start from 20th of this month at six airports of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad.
Air Suvidha Portal would be modified for all the passengers to mandatorily pre-book the RT-PCR test, if they are coming from the countries at risk or have visited at-risk countries in the last four days.
Airport Authority of India has said, link to the concerned airport website would be provided in Air Suvidha platform would be displayed to passengers while filing the self-declaration form.