India has now made it mandatory for travellers flying abroad to have QR codes in their Reverse Transcription–Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) test documents linking to the original report. The new rule will be effective at all international airports from May 22, 2021.

Air India Express recently tweeted to inform its flier about the recent change. The tweet said, “Effective 22nd May 2021, passengers carrying negative RT-PCR report as per the requirement of their destination country, must ensure that the report has a QR code linking to the original report.” 

The decision was taken into consideration India reported various reports of false negative RT-PCR report being submitted by passengers to travel abroad.


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