Many states in India are relaxing their quarantine policies in order to ease travel for people. Earlier the thought of going through a 14 days long quarantine was enough to put all your travel plans off. A few destinations are allowing people to travel even without a negative PCR test.
Here is a list of places in India to travel without quarantine worry-
Travellers coming in from within India will be tested for Covid-19. For results that turn out negative or asymptomatic, they can travel about following general precautionary measures.
Passengers have to undergo thermal screening and fill a self-declaration form stating that they haven’t travelled outside the country in the last 15 days.
Travellers have to register themselves on the Chandigarh state website.
Those visiting Chandigarh for 72 hours or less are exempted from home quarantine.
Diu & Daman
Travellers have to show their negative COVID-19 test result that has been conducted not more than 72 hours ago to be exempted from quarantine. The test should be conducted at an ICMR recognized lab.
Those visiting Goa from other states do not have to undergo any COVID test or quarantine.
Anyone can enter or exit the Himachal Pradesh without a COVID-19 negative test report or having to undergo quarantine.
Domestic travellers who are asymptomatic do not need to quarantine. However, if the traveler in symptomatic they are required to be quarantined and seek medical advice immediately.
For those visiting Kerala for less than 7 days are not required to quarantine.
Travellers visiting Ladakh for less than 5 days do not need to quarantine if they provide a negative PCR test that has been conducted not more than 96 hours ago.
For those planning to stay for more than 7 days, they have to undergo a mandatory home quarantine for 7 days.
Domestic passengers visiting Maharashtra for less than 7 days are exempted from quarantine on showing confirmed return journey ticket.
All arriving at the airport have to undergo thermal screening. Asymptomatic travelers need not quarantine. If the traveler is found symptomatic they will have to undergo a COVID-19 test and be on institutional quarantine till the results are out.
This Union Territory does not have any mandatory quarantine requirements. Those who test positive or are symptomatic have to visit a government-run hospital for further examination.
For people visiting Punjab for business purposes are exempt from the required 14 days quarantine. However, they will have to certify their health status through the Aarogya Setu app or a self-declaration form. They are also required to register themselves on the Punjab states COVA app.
All passengers arriving at Rajasthan will have to undergo thermal screening. If found asymptomatic, passengers do not have to undergo quarantine. However, those found symptomatic will be taken to a health facility.
All passengers have to undergo thermal screening. Asymptomatic passengers do not have to undergo quarantine. However, those found symptomatic will be taken to a health facility.
Passengers arriving at Uttarakhand have to present an RT-PCR/ TrueNAT/ CBNAAT/ Antigen test conducted up to 96 hours before arrival. Passengers can also take a test at the airport, railway station or border check-post on arrival.
Mandatory quarantine is exempted for those visiting the state for less than 7 days, provided there is a validation on return within the 7 days. Passengers are required to certify their health status on the Aarogya Setu app or a self-declaration form. They also have to register themselves on the state's air travel registration website.
All passengers have to undergo thermal screening on arrival. Asymptomatic passengers are advised to monitor their health for the next 14 days and notify a local healthcare centre in case they develop any symptom.