COVID-19: From China to Japan… RT-PCR test will be mandatory for passengers coming from these countries, if found positive, they will be immediately quarantined



National Desk:
The Government of India has geared up to deal with the Corona epidemic.  The government held three high-level meetings in the last three days.  Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya held a meeting with state health ministers yesterday.  He insisted on adopting the strategy of T3 i.e. Test, Track and Treat.  Apart from this, he said that from today, random testing of passengers coming from abroad will start at the airports.  Apart from this, now RT-PCR test is being made mandatory for travelers from five countries including China.
Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya has also said that RT-PCR test will be done for passengers of all flights coming from China, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong and Thailand.  Along with this, thermal scanning will also be done.  Mansukh Mandaviya said that if any person coming to the country from outside is found to be corona positive, he will be quarantined.  He said that all passengers traveling by air should be fully vaccinated.  Follow the Kovid protocol in all passenger flights and at entry points.  People will have to wear masks and at the same time they will have to follow social distancing.

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