In an updare on international air travel regulations, no vaccination certificate will be required for the international travelers. India has eased the rules for foreign immigrants in light of the country's decreasing COVID-19 trajectory. According to the updated regulations, incoming overseas travelers no longer need to have an Air Suvidha and a vaccination certificate is not required.
Those who are traveling must also go through thermal screening upon arrival, and those who exhibit COVID-19 symptoms will be sent to an isolation center for further care.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation, in its update on Monday, November 21, said that travelers visiting India will no longer need to complete paperwork or upload negative RT-PCR tests for COVID-19 to the government's Air Suvidha portal. International travelers must fill out a required "Self Declaration" form on the Air Suvidha website to report their current health status. All foreign travelers flying into the country were earlier required to complete this form before boarding. International travelers entering India will no longer be needed to fill out the form as a result of this recent update.