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New e-Pass Requirements by States (March 2021 onwards)


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Hi all,

I wanted to create the list of states re-imposing e-pass requirements to travel, including  by road.

Here's what I found. Please add to the list and also once it is lifted, please update the thread.

I hope it will be helpful

 

Tamil Nadu

Dated 9-Mar-2021

All passengers coming by road and by flight to Tamil Nadu need an e-pass, the state government has decided, in a slew of new rules for domestic and international passengers coming to the state. All passengers from states, except Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Puducherry, need an e-pass to enter the state

https://www.thenewsminute.com/article/passengers-coming-tamil-nadu-need-e-pass-here-s-how-apply-144882

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New Update:

Weeklong lockdown in the state's Nagpur district from 15 to 21 March

Dated: 11-March

The Maharashtra government on Thursday decided to impose a weeklong lockdown in the state's Nagpur district from 15 to 21 March owing to the spike in novel coronavirus cases.

However, essential services such as vegetable and fruit shops and milk booths will stay open

The news article did not mention about the travel restrictions, if our destination city is not Nagpur and we just want to cross it by road

https://www.livemint.com/news/india/maharashtra-lockdown-live-updates-lockdown-imposed-in-nagpur-from-15-to-21-march-amid-rising-covid-cases-11615447820844.html

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2 minutes ago, ksa171983 said:

E pass does not make sense when everything else is open ... only local restrictions can make some sense.


Totally agree! Another lockdown would bring things back in control to a certain extent. But, it’s highly not possible to balance the economic run for the Govt. 

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Just now, mayank said:


Totally agree! Another lockdown would bring things back in control to a certain extent. But, it’s highly not possible to balance the economic run for the Govt. 

Not a complete lockdown.

first and foremost these stupid election rallies need to be stopped.

Then no parties, celebrations etc ...

everything should be kept open as is but curbing crowd is very important.

 

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3 hours ago, Glen001 said:

Hi, 

 

I am going to goa from hyderabad via road, has anyone gone to goa very recently in March and can confirm if there are any restrictions to enter goa or karnataka due to covid 


My friend has recently driven down to Goa from Hyderabad and he hasn’t come across any check points as yet. Otherwise, they had they RT PCR test reports handy while they travelled on a safer side

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