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Health min eases travel rules for Indians being evacuated from Ukraine

They can board flights without a negative RT-PCR negative test report or a full-vaccination certificate

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As on February 28, some 1,156 Indians from Ukraine have arrived in India with none of the passengers kept under isolation

Ruchika Chitravanshi New Delhi
Health ministry has revised the mandatory international travel guidelines for all Indians being evacuated from war-torn Ukraine which is under invasion from Russia, allowing them to board flights without a negative RT-PCR negative test report or a full-vaccination certificate.

The health ministry said in a statement the mandatory international travel guidelines have been revised on humanitarian grounds.

“The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in close collaboration with the Ministry of External Affairs and Ministry of Civil Aviation and Ministry of Home Affairs is lending all support possible in evacuating Indians from Ukraine,” a press statement said.

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First Published: Feb 28 2022 | 5:26 PM IST

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