Omicron scare: India's new travel rules kick in today
Testing at airports across India has been made mandatory for travelers coming from dozens of 'at-risk' nations while some of those traveling from other countries will also be randomly tested. Here's what you need to know.
Context Why does this story matter?
The rules are crucial for international passengers arriving in India and may affect travel plans for many of them. Even though India has not reported a case of Omicron as yet, officials and the public are concerned about it. The strain is said to be the most heavily mutated version of the coronavirus so far.
Rules What are the fresh rules?
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