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Covid-19: Align state’s international travel norms with Centre’s, Maharashtra govt told

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 1 December 2021
The Centre on Wednesday asked Maharashtra government to align its international travel guidelines with those issued by it to ensure uniform implementation across the country. The Maharashtra government has imposed guidelines making RT-PCR testing mandatory for all international travellers at the Mumbai airport, irrespective of country of origin.
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