30 Nov 2021

Bengaluru Airport Intensifies Testing And Sanitization Of Passengers Travelling From Abroad

Latest reports have been coming in from Karnataka where Bengaluru Airport has intensified its testing and sanitization after two South African return is tested positive for Covid.

According to reports coming in after two South Africa returnees tested positive for COVID, Bengaluru airport intensified testing and sanitization.

One of the passenger who was travelling from Abu Dhabi while speaking to ANI has said that despite producing negative RT-PCR test reports, officials made us take another test and had charged Rs 3000 per person.

All international passengers who test negative for COVID on arrival in Bengaluru will be put in quarantine for 7 days. They will be tested again after 7 days. 

598 such passengers are under surveillance according to Bengaluru Rural District Health Officer Tippeswamy after visiting KIAL.

According to Bengaluru Rural District Health Officer who while speaking to ANI has said that we have discussed the issue of passengers coming from Kerala and Maharastra to Bengaluru without RT-PCR test and vaccination report. 

We have already directed airlines to check reports compulsorily and not to allow anyone to travel without the report.

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