Travellers coming from the UK to the nationwide capital must bear a seven-day institutional quarantine and a seven-day house quarantine even when they take a look at unfavorable for COVID-19 on arrival, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal introduced on Friday.
“To guard Delhiites from publicity to the virus from the UK, the Delhi authorities has taken vital selections. Travellers coming from UK must mandatorily bear a self-paid RT-PCR take a look at on arrival on the airport,” the chief minister stated.
“All these arriving from UK who take a look at optimistic shall be remoted at an isolation facility. Damaging ones shall be taken to a quarantine facility for seven days, adopted by seven days of house quarantine,” he stated.
Kejriwal had on Thursday urged the Centre to increase the suspension of flights to and from the UK because the nation now battles a variant pressure of the coronavirus first detected there.
On December 23, the central authorities suspended flights from the UK, with all passengers coming from there having to be examined on arrival at airports. The suspension of UK flights was later prolonged as much as January 8.