As the second wave of Covid-19 fades in India, states have moved forward to open up their lockdowns and their travel restrictions again. At last count, per our update, there were 9 states and union territories which were welcoming fully vaccinated travellers without any sort of tests. Now, it is time for an update.
West Bengal opens up for travel without RT-PCR reports for fully vaccinated travellers
The Government of West Bengal has issued a new order for the fully vaccinated travellers. As per an order issued by the WB Government, for those passengers who are fully-vaccinated, they no longer need to present an RT-PCR negative test on arriving into West Bengal based airports, such as Kolkata, Bagdogra or Durgapur . It is unclear for now, though, if only Indian vaccination certificates will be accepted (like Maharashtra), or any other country’s certificates as well.
If you are fully vaccinated, you no longer need an RT-PCR test report to arrive into West Bengal by air with immediate effect
What do you think of the new requirement by West Bengal for travel into the state?
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