West Bengal government on Monday said that passengers flying to the state will have to carry a mandatory Covid negative (RT-PCR) test report if haven't received both doses of any coronavirus vaccine.
The passengers will be allowed entry into the state if they carry a certificate that shows that they are fully vaccinated with both doses of the vaccine, the state government said in a notification seen by Mint.
Passengers need to produce the vaccination certificate at the airport. The RT-PCR test must be conducted within 72 hours of departure of the incoming flight. "As per latest guidelines of West Bengal Govt, all in bound flight passengers(commercial and non-commercial flight) shall produce at time of boarding either proof of full