India Removes Singapore From ‘At Risk’ Countries: Check Updated List


The Indian Govt on Thursday removed Singapore from the list of ‘At Risk’ countries, with this passenger arriving from Singapore to India, will not have to follow the additional measures on arrival.

It is worth mentioning here that in the wake of the outbreak of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, India has placed a total of 12 countries in the ‘At Risk’ category.

Earlier this week India had added Ghana and Tanzania to the list of ‘At Risk’ countries and today in its updated list India has removed Singapore from the list.

“Singapore removed from the list of ‘at risk’ countries from where travelers would need to follow additional measures on arrival in India, including post-arrival testing. 12 countries including South Africa, Botswana, and China are on the list.” News agency ANI said in a Tweet.


Countries ‘At-Risk’ – Updated As On 9th Dec

At present the following 12, countries are on the ‘At Risk’ list of India, this includes China, Ghana, and Tanzania.

  1. European countries, including the UK
  2. South Africa
  3. Brazil
  4. Botswana
  5. China
  6. Ghana
  7. Mauritius
  8. New Zealand
  9. Tanzania
  10. Zimbabwe
  11. Hong Kong and
  12. Israel

All international passengers are mandated to follow the below measures arriving/transiting from Countries at-risk.

  • Submit self-declaration form on Air Suvidha portal.
  • Upload negative RT-PCR report (conducted within 72 hrs. before the journey)
  • Post-arrival COVID-19 test at arriving Airport (self-paid)
  • Home quarantine for 7 days,
  • Re-test on the 8th day and if negative, self-health monitoring for next 7 days

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Manish Khandelwal
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