As per the new guidelines, those passengers who arrive by international flights and plan to stay on in the Delhi-NCR will have to mandatorily undergo a health screening at the airport itself.
All the passengers arriving by international flights in Delhi will now have to undergo a seven-day institutional quarantine at their own cost, followed by a seven-day home quarantine
According to the new guidelines issued by the Airport authority, the passengers that arrive by international flights and plan to stay on in the Delhi-NCR will compulsorily have to undergo a health screening at the airport. However, it all will also be followed by another screening by the state health department in Delhi. As soon as the passengers are allowed, they will be allowed to proceed to the approved quarantine units.