New Delhi : Travellers coming from the UK to the public capital should go through a seven-day institutional isolate and a seven-day home isolate regardless of whether they test negative for COVID-19 on appearance, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reported on Friday.
“To shield Delhiites from openness to the infection from the UK, the Delhi government has taken significant choices. Explorers coming from UK should obligatorily go through a self-paid RT-PCR test on landing in the air terminal,” the central clergyman said . “Each one of those showing up from UK who test positive will be secluded at a seclusion office. Negative ones will be taken to an isolate office for seven days, trailed by seven days of home isolate,” he said.
Kejriwal had on Thursday encouraged the Center to stretch out the suspension of trips to and from the United Kingdom as the nation currently fights a variation strain of the Covid originally distinguished there. On December 23, the focal government suspended departures from the UK, with all travelers coming from that point being tried on landing in air terminals. The suspension of UK flights was later stretched out up to January 8.