New Delhi [India], August 1 (ANI): Airports Authority of India (AAI) on Saturday issued the up to date state-wise quarantine laws for home passengers in a bid to deal with the issues raised relating to quarantine norms in several states.
“To deal with issues relating to quarantine norms in several states, newest state-wise quarantine laws for home passengers (as of July 30, 2020) have been issued,” AAI tweeted.
Whereas COVID-19 check has been mandated by a number of states upon arrival at their respective airports, the thermal screening shall be executed for all passengers upon arrival by all of the states.
Furthermore, set up of the Aarogya Setu app continues to be a requirement for home passengers.
AAI additionally mentioned that situations are altering on an on a regular basis foundation, due to this fact passengers are requested to examine the state authorities’s web site additionally for up to date updates.
Sixty-nine days after resuming home flight operations post-COVID-19 lockdown, issues are working easily, mentioned Union Minister for Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri on Saturday.
Taking to Twitter, the minister mentioned, “Home operations proceed easily. 31 July 2020 until 2359 hrs was day 69. Departures have been 890. 84,377 passengers dealt with. Arrivals have been 889. 81,414 passengers have been dealt with. Complete actions have been 1779. Footfalls at airports have been 1,65,791. The entire variety of flyers was 84,377.”
Following the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown, all home and worldwide flight operations have been suspended in March. Home operations have been resumed on Could 25. (ANI)