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RT-PCR test compulsory for domestic passengers at Mumbai Airport

The Mumbai civic authority has made the pre-arrival RT-PCR test mandatory for all domestic air passengers in a recent travel update. The BMC has asked all airlines to ensure that every air traveler landing in Mumbai has a negative RT-PCR test report that is not older than 72 hours. 


The Government of Maharashtra has said that all international passengers will have to take a negative RT-PCR test report and a seven-day institutional quarantine for those coming from ‘at risk’ countries. Those from foreign countries will have to undergo a 14-day home quarantine.


Here are some of the guidelines for domestic and international air travel passengers visiting CSIMA.

  1. Domestic Air travelers should either be fully vaccinated or carry a negative RT-PCR test report not older than 48 hours.
  2. International passengers coming from high-risk countries will need to take the RT-PCR test on the 2nd, 4th, and 7th day of arrival. The airport authorities will screen passengers at separate counters. 
  3. If a traveler tests positive, they will be taken to the hospital for additional seven days of isolation. 
  4. If an international traveler lands in Mumbai for connecting flight, they should need to take an RT-PCR test at the arrival and later on can board the connecting flight. 
  5. The institutional quarantine will be effective from December 02, 23:59 hrs, said the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai. 
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