As on 10-03-2020

Government of India
Ministry of Health & FW

Additional Travel Advisory (II) for COVID-19 for Indians intending to travel abroad

More than 100 countries across the world now have reported cases of COVID-19. People traveling to these countries or people who have travelled abroad might come in contact with people affected with COVID-19 during their stay or even while in transit at the airports. Within these countries, few countries have reported very large number of cases and deaths putting passengers from these countries particularly at higher risk of infection.

In view of the above, Indian citizens are advised:

i. To avoid non- essential travel abroad.

ii. They are further strongly advised to refrain from travelling to China, Italy, Iran, Republic of Korea, Japan, France, Spain and Germany.

Government of India
Ministry of Health & FW

Additional Travel Advisory (I) for COVID-19 on Home Isolation

More than 100 countries across the world now have reported cases of COVID-19. People traveling to these countries or people who have travelled abroad might possibly have come in contact with people affected with COVID-19 during their stay or even while in transit at the airports. Within these countries, few countries have reported very large number of cases and deaths putting passengers from these countries particularly at higher risk of infection.

Accordingly, in addition to the consolidated travel advisory issued on 6th March, 2020, the following are advised:

i. All incoming international passengers returning to India should self-monitor their health and follow required Do’s and Dont’s as detailed by Government.

ii. Further, all passengers having travel history to China, Hong Kong, Republic of Korea, Japan, Italy, Thailand, Singapore, Iran, Malaysia, France, Spain and Germany are advised to undergo self-imposed quarantine for a period of 14 days from the date of their arrival. If such passengers are working in some organizations/institutions, their respective employers are advised to facilitate work from home during this period.

iii. With respect to restrictions on visa, besides the already issued instructions, all regular Visas (including e Visas) which have been granted to nationals of France, Germany and Spain on or before 11.03.2020 and where these foreigners have not yet entered India stands suspended.

iv. Regular visas (including e Visas) granted to all foreign nationals who have travel history to these countries on or after 1.2.2020 and who have not yet entered India also stands suspended.

v. Visas of all foreigners already in India remain valid and they may contact the nearest FRRO/FRO through e-FRRO module for extension/conversion etc of their visa or grant of any consular service, if they choose to do so.

A detailed notification to this effect is being issued by the Bureau of Immigration (BOI).

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2 Comments

  1. SHAMS says:

    I am supposed to travel to Canada (Vancouver) in 1st week of April and the ticket is via Amsterdam.
    My travel is for 15 days (personal+business).
    I there any restriction by government for such travel ?

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