Many international travelers have had to put their plans on hold as uncertainty looms over the COVID variant
Ajay Kumar S is a Bengaluru-based businessman operating in Ireland. For the past few months, he has been planning to visit his family by the end of December and organize a naming party for his son. But the change in travel rules and
This is diluted even during the summer holidays, many were unable to return as India was in the midst of a massive second wave at the time. They are long overdue to be reunited with families.
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At first it was said that only those coming from high-risk countries needed to be tested at the airport and self-quarantined. After this, another base was brought
“However, a day later, the Karnataka state government revised the guidelines and announced that the quarantine is only for high-risk countries. It was very confusing and even more frightening is that if there is a lockdown, I will stumble.”
If the government suddenly changes the quarantine rules, it will become difficult for us. But I have to get some work done. So we take our chances
Another passenger, a doctor by profession, has a flight from
“If the government suddenly changes the quarantine rules, it will become difficult for my children and me. But I have some work to do. We are taking our chances, we just hope there is no change in the rules and that the cases remain under control,” the doctor said.
And there are those who booked their tickets during the last month when the number of coronavirus cases fell dramatically in India. Such a student traveling from Germany for a wedding was supposed to arrive just three days before the wedding, who will now have to follow stricter travel guidelines as well as a mandatory seven-day quarantine.
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In an address to the nation, he also said that those aged 15-18 will start receiving Covid-19 vaccines from January 3.