Coronavirus: COVID-19 certificate mandatory for travellers from Korea, Italy

New Delhi: The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare issued a new travel advisory statin that in addition to visa restrictions already in place, passengers travelling from/having visited Italy or South Korea, and are desirous of entering India will need a certificate of having tested negative for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) from the designated laboratories authorized by the health authorities of these countries.

This will be enforced from midnight, 10 March. It is a temporary measure until cases of COVID-19 subside.

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