Hyderabad: The authorities have imposed restrictions on passengers arriving at Hyderabad International Airport (RGIA) from countries like South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Israel, Belgium and Hong Kong.
It would be mandatory for these passengers to undergo RT-PCR test after landing at the airport even if they have an RT-PCR negative report taken 72 hours prior to their landing.
Two more testing counters have been opened at the airport. If the passengers are found to be positive in the test, they would be asked to go for quarantine or get admitted to a hospital depending on the symptoms.
However, so far not a single case of new variant has been reported in the state.