Indian Visa Requirements For Bangladeshi Citizens During CODIV-19
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The global trajectory of COVID-19 pandemic continues to decline with certain regional variations. The need to monitor the continuously changing nature of the virus and the evolution of SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern (VOCs) must still remain in focus.
The existing guidelines (issued on 17th February 2021 with subsequent addendums) for international arrivals in India have been formulated taking a risk-based approach.
Visitors who want to visit India for any reason have to remember and follow certain common regulations now which are as follows:
Note: For detailed regulations from the Indian government, please visit here: https://www.mohfw.gov.in/pdf/GuidelinesforInternationalArrival11thNovember2021.pdf
1. Download and Install Aarogya Setu app on your mobile.
2. Apply for a new visa if it was issued before October 20th, 2021 even it has a future expiry date.
3. Fill out the India Self Declaration form.
4. Upload a negative result from the COVID-19 PCR Test.
5. Submit a declaration with respect to the authenticity of the report and remember that you will be liable for criminal prosecution, if found otherwise.
6. Present your vaccination certificate so that you don’t have to go through a quarantine period upon your arrival in India (15 days must have elapsed since completion of COVID-19 vaccination schedule).
7. If you are partially/not vaccinated: Submit samples for the COVID-19 test at the point of arrival after which you will be allowed to leave the airport (Asymptomatic children under 5 years of age are exempted from both pre-and post-arrival testing).
8. If you are partially/not vaccinated: You will be under home quarantine for 7 days.
9. If you are partially/not vaccinated: Re-test on the 8th day of arrival in India and if negative, further self-monitor of your health for the next 7 days.