Quarantine for international passengers still mandatory in Kerala

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International passengers coming to Kerala will still have to undergo mandatory seven days’ quarantine, a state government official said while rubbishing some media reports which claimed that it has been scrapped.

As per the Health Ministry guidelines, any patient who has a Covid-19 negative test report can opt out of institutional quarantine and undergo home quarantine or ‘self-monitoring’ of health, wherever applicable. However, the Ministry has also said states can have any additional restrictions imposed with regards to quarantine and isolation as per their field assessment post-arrival of passengers in the state concerned.

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