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Latest Information and Advice For Travel To India

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The travel advice for India is partly red and orange.
India’s entry restrictions have changed. The Netherlands is seen by India as a high-risk country.

All travelers coming from risk countries are required to be tested on arrival.
You must pay the costs of this test yourself. You are required to pre-book this test and present a pre-booked RT-PCR test upon arrival at the airports: New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.

Is the test positive whether you have symptoms or not?

Then you have to go to a quarantine facility (for example: government hospital) and you will have to have tests done again.

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There are major security risks in the red areas and the country is a high-risk area due to the coronavirus.

Read the entire travel advice to see what this means for you.

Red: don’t travel

The color code of the border areas with Pakistan, the areas along the file lines between Pakistan and also between China, the Kashmir Valley (excluding the city of Jammu, the city of Srinagar and the area of Ladakh) and the area of the Siachen Glacier is red.
This means that it is too dangerous to travel to these areas. Whatever your situation, don’t go there.

Are you going to these areas anyway? Then this is your own responsibility. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs cannot or probably cannot help you if you get into trouble.

Orange: only necessary trips

The color code of the states of Nagaland, Manipur, Bihar, Jharkhand, Assam, Tripuray, parts of Odisha, parts of West Bengal, parts of Andhra Pradesh, parts of Maharashtra, the state of Chhattisgarh, region of Ladakh, the cities of Jammu and Srinagar and the border areas Bangladesh, Myanmar and China are orange.

The entire country is also a high-risk area due to the corona virus. This means that it is now not safe to go on holiday to these orange areas.
Only go if necessary. For example, for family visits in the event of a death, serious illness or accident. Or if you need to be present somewhere for work.

Are you going to the orange areas mentioned? Then this is your own responsibility. Prepare well.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs cannot or probably cannot help you if you get into trouble.

To India? Read more about whether you can enter the country and the corona measures in the Coronavirus section.

Are you staying in India? Then register ‘comprehensively’ at the Information Service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (choose the option ‘Register + registration at embassy’).
Please check below link

https://informatieservice.nederlandwereldwijd.nl/


This way you stay informed about the latest developments and we know that you are in the country.

Are you leaving the country? Please pass this on immediately.

Back to the Netherlands? Check what you must meet upon arrival in the Netherlands .Please check below Link –

https://reizentijdenscorona.rijksoverheid.nl/

Source link –

https://www.nederlandwereldwijd.nl/landen/india/reizen/reisadvies

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