Travelling to Bengaluru from Kerala, Maharashtra? Be mindful of new rules
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New Delhi, Feb. 23 -- Amid the spike in the Covid-19 cases, the Karnataka government has mandated RT-PCR certificates not older than 72 hours for those arriving in the state from neighbouring Kerala and Maharashtra. Health Minister K Sudhakar said that this measure was taken for those arriving by flights, buses, trains, personal transport from neighbouring Maharashtra and Kerala, following the recent surge in coronavirus cases in those states.
"Passengers arriving from Kerala, Maharashtra please make note of the latest travel guidelines issued by the Government of Karnataka (GOK)," the official Twitter handle of Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru tweeted.
Latest travel guidelines for passengers arriving from Maharashtra
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