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Air Suvidha to be reintroduced for international travellers likely due to surge in COVID and Omicron cases in other countries

The Health Ministry is likely to reintroduce the mandatory Air Suvidha forms that will have details of the RT-PCR test that has been conducted 72 hours prior to travel  or complete vaccination proof for those coming from China, Dubai  and other countries reporting high numbers of COVID cases.

If covid reports are to go by, a decision on this will be soon taken after checking the situation in the coming weeks.

The above move comes following a meeting that was chaired by Health Union Minister Mansukh Mandaviya to review the COVID situation in the country and in review of a sudden rise in cases in China and some other countries.

Reports have it that random sample testing for COVID19 will be conducted at airports for travellers arriving from China,United States and other countries. Officials in the know-how to added that the Health Ministry will likely reintroduce the mandatory Air Suvidha forms for international Guests arrivals in view of the rising COVID19 cases in China and other countries.

The Union Minister further said that COVID is not over yet, and that  has directed all concerned authorities to be on high alert and strengthen surveillance. He also informed that they are fully prepared to manage any kind of situation.

Meanwhile, states and union territories have been asked to send samples of all COVID positive cases to INSACOG Genome Sequencing Laboratories (IGSLs) on a daily basis for sequencing and tracking new variants, if any.

As per the latest records of Health Ministry data, India logged 185 new Coronavirus infections, while the active cases declined to 3,402.

Travel Guidelines Post Covid19 for International Departure & Arrivals Including Saudi Arabia, Umrah Group Travellers Globally

Travel Guidelines Post Covid19 for International Deparature & Arrivals Including Saudi Arabia, Umrah Group Travellers Globally.

Dated 22nd December 2022
Government of India
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare

As a result of its sustained efforts & focus on fivefold strategy of test track treat vaccination and adherence to covid 19 transmission in the country.

Globally the number of new cases of Covid-19 continue to remain alarmingly high,with around 5 Lakhs 90 Thousands dail new cases reported on average during the week ending on 19 December 2022.The Spike trajectory of Covid -19 is particularly concerning with respect to China, Japan, United States of America, and other Countries.

Whiles Ministry of Health and Family welfare is maintaining a close watch over the dynamic situation in order to minimize the risk of increase of new varient of SARS-COV-2  Virus in the Country.It has been decided that the Ministry of Civil Aviation in   coordination with Airport Operators and Airport Health Officies

Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has issued ‘Guidelines for International Arrivals’ in context of COVID-19 pandemic and updated the same from time to time. The present guidelines are being revised in light of increasing trajectory of COVID-19 cases being noted in some countries across the world.
This document provides protocols to be complied by international travellers as well as points of entry (airports, seaports and land border) and shall be valid w.e.f. 24th December 2022 (10.00 Hrs IST) till further orders.
A.1. Planning for Travel
i. All travellers should preferably be fully vaccinated as per the approved primary schedule of vaccination against COVID-19 in their Country.
A.2. During Travel
ii. In-flight announcement about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic including precautionary measures to be followed (preferable use of masks and following physical distancing) shall be made in flights/travel and at all points of entry.
iii. Any passenger having symptoms of COVID-19 during travel shall be isolated as per standard protocol i.e. the said passenger should be wearing mask, isolated and segregated from other passengers in flight/travel and shifted to an isolation facility subsequently for follow up treatment.
A.3. On arrival
iv. De-boarding should be done ensuring physical distancing.
v. Thermal screening should be done in respect of all the passengers by the health officials present at the point of entry.
vi. The passengers found to be symptomatic during screening shall be immediately isolated, taken to a designated medical facility as per health protocol (as above).
vii. The following protocol post arrival shall also be followed:
a) A sub-section (2% of the total passengers* in the flight) shall undergo random post arrival testing at the airport on arrival.
b) Such travellers in each flight shall be identified by the concerned airlines (preferably from different countries). They will submit the samples and shall be allowed to leave the airport thereafter.
c) If such travellers’ samples are tested positive, their samples should be further sent for genomic testing at INSACOG laboratory network.
d) They shall be treated/isolated as per laid down standard protocol.
viii. All travellers should self-monitor their health post arrival also shall report to their nearest health facility or call National helpline number (1075)/ State Helpline Number in case they have any symptoms suggestive.
* Children under 12 years of age are exempted from post-arrival random testing. However, if found symptomatic for COVID-19 on arrival or during the period of self-monitoring period, they shall undergo testing and treated as per laid down protocol.

Hajj and umrah Ministry declare around 5 million Umrah pilgrims perform rituals of Umrah Countries Including India Pakistan Bangladesh

Hajj and umrah Ministry declare around 5 million Umrah pilgrims perform rituals of Umrah Including India Pakistan Bangladesh.

Prince Badr bin Sultan, emir deputy of Makkah region, chairs the meeting of Executive Committee of the Central Hajj & Umrah 2022 Committee in Jeddah on Tuesday. — SPA

The HAJJ and Umrah Ministry revealed that nearly five million Umrah pilgrims within Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and abroad have performed Umrah2022 & Umrah 2023 during the current season starting from 01 Muharram 1444 Hiraj  i.e August 2022 Umrah. The ministry officials said this during the meeting of the Executive Committee of the Central Hajj Committee here on Tuesday.

Saudi Prince Badr bin Sultan, deputy emir of Makkah region and chairman of the committee, presided over the meeting, which was attended by Minister of Hajj and Umrah Dr. Tawfiq Al-Rabiah, Transport and Logistics Ministry Eng. Saleh Al-Jasser, Director of Passports Lt. Gen. Suleiman Al-Yahya, & Director of Public Security Lt. Gen. Muhammad Al-Bassami.

This meeting discussed a number of topics related to the Hajj and Umrah 2022 & Hajj and Umrah 2023 seasons for the year 1444 AH. During the meeting, Prince Badr was briefed on the preparations and readiness of authorities for the Hajj season of 1444. These included the preparations at the Grand Mosque and its facilities to receive and serve the Umrah pilgrims, and the readiness of the systems and employees of the General Directorate of Passports at King Abdulaziz International Airport and Islamic Port in Jeddah to quickly complete the procedures for the arrival and departure of Umrah pilgrims.

The meeting reviewed the elaborate arrangements and facilities being made to serve the Hajj & Umrah pilgrims at the holy sites, as well as the progress of the development projects and residential projects to increase the housing areas of Hajj pilgrims in Mina and the development of transport stations around the Grand Mosque in Makkah..