Amid the rise of coronavirus cases in the country, several Indian states had imposed lockdown and curfew to curb the number of cases. During recent times, we are witnessing the number of cases declining and hence, the states are slowly opening up for travellers.
While some of the states are letting travellers with RT-PCR test, some of them are letting them without the tests, however, should show proof of vaccination. We would like to update you on some of the states in India where you can travel without RT-PCR tests however you should be fully vaccinated.
Here are the places that are allowing travellers to enter without RT-PCR tests however should be fully vaccinated
- Himachal Pradesh
- Andhra Pradesh
Note: Tamil Nadu is one of the states that is included here however, some of the airlines are restricting travellers and might require negative RT-PCR test and the test should be taken at least 72 hours before arrival.
Here are some of the places which allow travellers with at least a single Covid vaccine.
Travelling to these places requires travellers to have vaccinated with at least one dose or carry a negative RT-PCR test taken at least 72 hours prior to their departure.
No RT-PCR Tests required to enter these places if you have received both doses of vaccine
- Odisha: You will need to show the final vaccination certificate to enter, if you do not have a vaccination certificate then a negative RT-PCR test or Antigen test at least 48 hours before departure.
- Rajasthan: travellers who are fully vaccinated and have completed at least 28 days after taking the second dose can visit the state without an RT-PCR test.
- Chattisgarh: Travellers have to show a final vaccination certificate or should show negative RT-PCR test taken not early than 96 hours before departure to this region.
- Meghalaya: All those travellers apart from people coming from the states of Delhi, Maharashtra, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, and West Bengal shall be exempt from showing RT-PCR test if they are able to show their final covid vaccination.