India to test random 2% of international travellers for COVID

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MUMBAI, Dec 22 (Reuters) – India will start randomly testing 2% of all international passengers arriving at its airports for COVID-19, the country’s health minister, Mansukh Mandaviya, told parliament on Thursday.

The government earlier this week asked India’s states to keep a sharp lookout for any new variants of the coronavirus and urged people to wear masks in crowded areas, citing an increase in COVID-19 cases in China and other parts of the globe.

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