Flyers from Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore to be screened for coronavirus on arrival in India
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Friday issued a circular saying: “In order to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus disease in India, it has been decided to expand the universal screening for all passengers arriving in flights directly from Japan, South Korea, Thailand and Singapore besides the flights from China and Hong Kong. Universal screening of all the passengers coming in flights directly from (these places) shall be ensured immediately once they step out of the specific identified aerobridge. It is advised to place the suitable signages at strategic locations at all the airports and getting the self-declaration form filled by the passengers as per the instructions of the ministry of health & family welfare.”
“All airlines shall make in-flight announcement in the flights coming directly from these countries and ensure strict compliance,” the order issued to all airport operators and airlines operating flights between countries named in it and India says.
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