Qatar Airways Removes RT-PCR Test Requirement For Passengers Departing From India


Qatar Airways, the state-owned flag carrier of Qatar has announced that it had no longer requires Passengers to present negative RT-PCR test reports for departing from India.

However, any government regulation imposed or required by the destination or transit country will continue to apply.

Passengers who require to submit a Negative RT-PCR report to the final destination or transit point can do so by conducting the tests from any Government-authorized Hospital/Laboratory in India (Hospital & Laboratories approved by the Government of India only).

Changes from time to time may take place to the above restrictions therefore passengers’ acceptance at the time of check-in is always subject to NOTAM and travel restriction compliance.


International passengers arriving into India refer to guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.

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