Rajasthan requires all arrivals to have a RT-PCR negative test report (effective March 25)

With the rising number of cases of CoVid-19 in India, states have started to take their measures again to try to stop the entry of the virus into their borders from another state. At last count, over 15 states have some requirement for presenting a test report to enter their state, but this is usually limited to certain states, not the entire nation.

Rajasthan has gone one step ahead now and notified that anyone entering the state would need to present a CoVid- RT-PCR Test, where the sample collection is not more than 72 hours old. This is applicable not just for arrivals by air. In a tweet, the Chief Minister of Rajasthan announced this move.

 

 

This move will be made applicable from March 25, 2021, onwards, so if you have any plans to go to Rajasthan, time to book that RT-PCR Test.


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