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No PCR test needed for fully vaccinated passengers to some Indian states: Air India – News

No PCR test needed for fully vaccinated passengers to some Indian states: Air India – News

Passengers will need to carry proof of having received two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. Fully vaccinated travellers to West Bengal, Kerala and Maharashtra will not need to present a negative RT-PCR test report, Indian carrier Air India said. Passengers will need to carry proof of having received two doses of the Covid-19

Passengers will need to carry proof of having received two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Fully vaccinated travellers to West Bengal, Kerala and Maharashtra will not need to present a negative RT-PCR test report, Indian carrier Air India said.

Passengers will need to carry proof of having received two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, the national airline said.

“Fully vaccinated passengers are required to carry a valid vaccination certificate for both doses,” the carrier said on its social media handle.

The second dose should have been taken at least 15 days before date of travel.

#FlyAI : Important updates for passengers travelling to West Bengal. pic.twitter.com/cjpiOTRogE

— Air India (@airindiain) July 20, 2021

#FlyAI : Important updates for passengers travelling to Kerala. pic.twitter.com/R040IpfeKf

— Air India (@airindiain) July 20, 2021

#FlyAI : Important updates for passengers travelling to Maharashtra. pic.twitter.com/wpldbTqddt

— Air India (@airindiain) July 20, 2021

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