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The Kerala government has issued new travel regulations. Because as COVID-19 cases continue to rise at an alarming pace across the country. Before entering Kerala, authorities have ordered that all passengers undergo an RT-PCR (COVID test) examination. This means that no matter which state you are from, you ought to get your RT-PCR test done.
Passengers must take the test 48 hours before entering the state, according to the advisory. Even those who are vaccinated need to get it done. Hence, it is a blanket rule for all passengers and all states.
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Kerala COVID 19 Rules
In response to the deteriorating COVID-19 situation in Kerala. The state government issued an order on Sunday requiring all domestic visitors to the state to undergo RT-PCR tests within 48 hours of their arrival. However, all concerned must note that those undertaking the test on arrival. They Will be isolated at their respective stays until the report is out. If you receive a positive report, get medical attention immediately.
All coming to Kerala from other states should register on The e-Jagratha portal. According to a statement issued by the state government.
Those who have not had an RT-PCR test should remain in room isolation for 14 days after arriving in Kerala and monitor the symptoms.
Those whose test results are negative must follow Covid safety guidelines such as wearing a mask, maintaining a social distance, and using hand sanitizer. such rules must be followed at all places, and at all times.
International travelers are requested to follow the Government of India’s guidelines and seek medical help in case of any influenza-like symptoms. All International travelers must also have their RT-PCR test completed 72 hours before their arrival. A mandatory quarantine period of 14 days must be followed.
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Kerala Official Recorded
Kerala recorded 18,257 new COVID-19 cases and 25 deaths in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of infections to 12.39 lakh and the number of deaths to 4,929. The number of active cases has risen to 93,686, while the death rate has risen to 4,929, with 25 new fatalities. Ernakulam continued to have the newest cases (2,835), followed by Kozhikode (2,560) and Thrissur, Kottayam, Malappuram, Kannur, and Palakkad.
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