Kerala makes registration on Jagrata portal mandatory for returning Indians

Courtesy: The Gulf Indians
Kerala has made it compulsory for non-resident Indians returning to the state to register in the COVID-19 Jagrata portal. This is in the light of the increasing number of passengers to the State, and will help to make checkout and surveillance during mandatory quarantine easier.

After booking tickets to return home, all passengers are required to register under the International Returnees window under Public Services. This is compulsory for both Vande Bharat Mission and chartered flight passengers.

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The site can be reached at Email or Mobile number in India can be used for registration.

Tickets sold out
Meanwhile, Khaleej Times reported that the direct sales tickets have been sold out to all Phase 4 VBM destinations in India – Lucknow, Delhi, Hyderabad and Kerala – within hours after the sale began. The Indian Embassy had notified on June 28 that its permission was not necessary to travel to India and those seeking to return could book directly on Air India.