Covid In travel guidelines
International Arrivals and Domestic Travel guidelines.
This will get messy I think., very messy. Please share your inputs on what should be changed more
The shifting of responsibility will be from centre to states....states to districts....districts to Tehsils...and finally to individuals....but airports should arrange touchless handling of passengers for their own safety.....few hitches will be there initially...aircrafts need to be sanitised after each flight...
On Sun, 24 May 2020 17:24:36 +0530 Reeta Kumar wrote
Probably, it is the government's way of telling - do not come to our state. more
DON'T TRAVEL. IF NO OTHER CHOICE FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES FOR YOUR OWN AND OTHER LOVED ONE'S SAFETY more
Please don't travel till the "old normalcy" is returned.By the way when did you undertake an International or Domestic travel by air? more
Clear Guidelines are definitely needed so that persons travelling from other countries know what to expect upon arrival at an airport in India and can prepare themselves accordingly. Airline staff and government employees also need to know and understand them if they are to enforce those.
The world has a lot to learn about Coronavirus and how it impacts humans, possible vaccine and other aspects. We have to accept that policies will change as the world learns more about Covid 19. However, the attached guidelines are not clear and are confusing in parts. They can stand some re-write by an analytical person. more