Travellers visiting Karnataka will no longer have to undergo a mandatory quarantine for 14 days, get their check-up done at the airport or station on arrival, register at the Seva Sindhu portal before arriving or be screened at district borders in Karnataka or be stamped on the hand.

The Ministry of Home Affairs has ordered all states to allow the interstate movement of goods and passengers under the Unlock 3.0. Further, Jawaid Akhtar, the Additional Chief Secretary of Karnataka stated that these amended guidelines will be applicable for all travellers entering the state- be it students, businessmen, labourers, or transit travellers.

Moreover, the government has also advised all travellers entering Karnataka to self-monitor their health and seek medical consultation and self-isolate if they detect any COVID-related symptom. Wearing masks and following social distancing in public areas in the state of Karnataka is still mandatory for all.  

The quarantine rules and safety guidelines for international tourists still remain the same. Travellers arriving from overseas, have to self-quarantine for 14 days, register at the Seva Sindhu portal and get their medical screening done on arrival at the airport.