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Updates on Omicron

It's unclear whether Omicron infection causes more severe disease than infections with other variations, such as Delta. According to preliminary data, hospitalization rates are rising in South Africa. However, this could be due to an increase in the general number of persons becoming infected rather than a specific Omicron illness. There is currently no evidence that the symptoms associated with Omicron are distinct from those associated with other variations. The first cases of infection were among university students, who are younger and had a milder condition, although determining the severity of the Omicron form will take days to weeks.

The Delta form, which is prevalent worldwide, can cause severe disease or death, especially in the most vulnerable persons, so prevention is always important. We are here to help you to updates on the travel guide

U.S Travel Requirements have Changed

United States citizen/An immigrant/A noncitizen nonimmigrant

Negative Covid-19 Test or Recovery Documention from Covid-19

A virus test must be taken no later than one day before to the flight's departure.

If you had a positive viral test on a sample collected within the last 90 days and met the criteria to be released from isolation, you may instead travel with your positive viral test result and a signed letter from a healthcare provider or a public health official stating that you have been cleared for travel. "Documentation of recovery" refers to the combination of a positive test result and a letter.

These requirements do not apply to children under 2 years of age

Before boarding your flight to US, you will also be required to provide contact information to airlines.

An immigrant/A noncitizen nonimmigrant

Travelers Prohibited from entry to the USA, if you have been visiting any of the nations listed below in the 14 days before







South Africa


A noncitizen nonimmigrant

If you have proof of Covid-19 vaccination from one of the specified exceptions listed

1 dose of Janssen/Johnson & Johnson

2 doses of Pfizer-BioNTech, or Moderna

2 doses of AstraZeneca, Covaxin, Covishield, BIBP/Sinopharm, or Sinovac

A combination of 2 doses of accepted COVID-19 vaccines given at least 17 days apart

Full series of an accepted COVID-19 vaccine (not placebo) in a clinical trial

Full series of a Novavax (or Covovax) COVID-19 vaccine (not placebo) in a phase 3 clinical trial

New Travel Guidelines @Delhi, India

An additional measures on arrival in India (Countries at-risk)

The Indian government has designated a few nations as 'at danger,' and travelers arriving from these countries include:

1.Countries in Europe including The United Kingdom

2. South Africa

3. Brazil

4. Botswana

5. China

6. Mauritius

7. New Zealand

8. Zimbabwe

9. Singapore

10. Hong Kong

11. Israel

If positive, the patient will be taken to a medical facility and treated according to established protocol and If they test negative, they must isolate themselves at home for seven days before returning for a re-test on the eighth day.

An Existing guidelines for international travelers arriving in India

According to the enhanced travel guidelines, all overseas travelers must complete a self-declaration form on the online 'Air Suvidha' portal, which includes details from the previous 14 days.

RT-PCR of every traveler coming from abroad is mandatory at the airport, which has been conducted within 72 hours prior to the journey.

If the passengers test positive, they will be kept in strict isolation and their samples would be sent for genome sequencing.

At Delhi's Lok Nayak Jaiprakash Hospital, a special facility with 40 beds has been set up for institutional quarantine.

Children below 5 years of age will be exempt from this testing. If a child has symptoms, then he/she will be tested.

Passengers who test negative will be subjected to a seven-day home quarantine. On the ninth day, they will be tested once more.

If the report is negative, they will conduct self-monitoring for seven days. The traveler is responsible for the cost of the test.

Passengers flying from countries that are not high-risk is advised to self-monitor their symptoms for 14 days.

Random testing will be conducted for 5 percent of such passengers.

The cost of testing such passengers and their samples will be borne by the Civil Aviation Ministry and sent for genome sequencing

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