International travellers arriving in Punjab to be tested by RAT kits at airport

 International voyagers, who don't present a negative COVID-19 test report on landing in Airport in India, will be tried by Rapid Antigen Testing (RAT) packs for the contamination, said Punjab Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu. 

In the event that Rapid Antigen Testing (RAT) comes contrary for COVID-19, Sidhu said that the individual may decide on home qurantine.

After tried by RAT, these individuals will get tried for COVID-19 on the fifth day of appearance by RT-PCR according to convention at their separate areas. At the point when reports come and on the off chance that they test negative, their home isolate will end.

“They will self monitor their health for next 7 days and report if any symptoms develop. If RT-PCR for COVID -19 is found to be positive, they shall be assessed clinically and follow the Punjab COVID-19 management protocol,” the announcement cited Sidhu as saying.

Sidhu further said that if RAT comes positive for COVID-19, the individual may settle on home confinement/government disengagement office or private office on installment premise and will be treated according to COVID-19 the executives convention.

He said that individual deciding on home segregation will present an assent structure expressing that he has an office for home disengagement at his home and he is asymptomatic/mellow suggestive and not have any dismalness or the comorbid condition is leveled out.

According to rules, Sidhu said that all global voyagers showing up in Punjab through Air/Road travel will submit self-assertion with individual and wellbeing subtleties at and hand over a duplicate of the equivalent to State officials.

He said that voyagers would likewise be screened according to the wellbeing convention at the port of section.

The Minister explained that explorers will follow all prudent steps gave by the Government of Punjab for avoidance of COVID-19 spread, for example, hand cleanliness, wearing cover, and keep up social removing and so on.

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