‘RT-PCR a must for travel across Maharashtra-Karnataka border’ | Pune News – Times of India


Q: Can I travel across the Maharashtra-Karnataka border with a full vaccination certificate? – Sourabh Potdar
A: An RT-PCR negative test report is required if you are travelling across Maharashtra-Karnataka border, says police commissioner Amitabh Gupta.
Q: We had a death in the family and have to visit Belgaum this weekend. Do we need an e-pass? Can we do an RT-PCR on Friday and use the same result for Saturday and Sunday? – Sandeep Kanetkar
A: Police commissioner Amitabh Gupta says an RT-PCR negative test report is required and no e-pass is required if you are visiting Belgaum on a weekend.
Q: Three of us in the family plan to travel to Nashik from Pune for four days to meet my in-laws, who are senior citizens. Do we need an e-pass? – Ravindra Deshpande
A: Pune police commissioner Amitabh Gupta says e-pass is not required for travelling to Nashik from Pune. Besides, there’s no time restrictions if you are travelling for a valid reason.
Q: Is there any quarantine rule after travel from Pune to Mumbai? – Swapnil
A: Police commissioner Amitabh Gupta says there is no quarantine rule and no e-pass is required if you are travelling between Pune and Mumbai.
Q: I have to take a flight from Pune to Hyderabad. Do I need an RT-PCR test? – Srikant U
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A: RT-PCR negative test report is required if you are taking a flight from Pune to Hyderabad, says police commissioner Amitabh Gupta.
Q. Can I travel to the Mumbai airport to pick up my mother, who is 94 years old and is wheelchair-bound. She is arriving on Saturday at 23.55 hours. I plan to return immediately. – Dr Anmol Shah
A: Police commissioner Amitabh Gupta says you can travel to the Mumbai airport to pick up your elderly mother and quarantine rule will come into force.
Q: I want to travel to Ratnagiri on June 25. Do I need an e-Pass and need to carry an RT-PCR negative report? – Mandar Malpekar
A: No e-pass and RT-PCR negative test report is required if you are travelling to Ratnagiri, says police commissioner Amitabh Gupta.
Q: I have booked a resort in Kolad. Is it allowed to travel from Pune if there’s an advance booking? – Pranay
A: Police commissioner Amitabh Gupta says you can visit such resorts within Maharashtra, but it better to avoid such travel for a few more days.





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