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Is India safe to travel?
01 Aug 2020

India’s fatality rate among world’s lowest


Of the total COVID -19 active case load,0.28 % patients are on ventilators, 1.61% patients required ICU support and 2.32% are on oxygen support.
India has one of the lowest case fatality rate globally, which is also steadily decreasing. India’s case fatality rate is also progressively reducing and currently stands at 2.18%, one of the lowest globally and the overall recovery rate for india was 64.54%. the highest rate of recovery is being recorded by delhi at 89.08%, followed by Haryana [79.82%]. Karnataka has the lowest number of recovery rate of 39.36%.

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Is it possible to travel in India during Covid 19


Airlines in India are back into action, as on May 25, the Indian Government allowed domestic airlines to resume operations across the country. As regarding international travel, we need to wait for some time as it is yet to get the green flag.

Now, the decision to travel during the pandemic is entirely your choice, along with your responsibility to ensure your personal safety. Some states have quarantine rules in place, which you also need to check before planning your travel. Further, you need to check if the state you are travelling to, is allowing flights from your state or not.
As India entered the Unlock 2.0 phase, more and more people are gearing up to embrace the new normal, and hence, venturing out to travel.


Standard operating procedure for tourism in India


The global outbreak of COVID-19 has brought the world to a standstill. This is an unprecedented global health emergency with tremendous impact on societies and livelihoods. Travel and Tourism is among the sectors most affected by this crisis but at the same time, Tourism can also be an integral part of the global recovery efforts.

In the COVID 19 aftermath, countries will need to realise a new reality of the tourism and travel industry and make all efforts to shape the sector accordingly. Tourism Businesses will require a re-thinking of how they will operate in terms of hygiene, health and safety to ensure safety of their clients and staff.

The Ministry of Tourism proposes to recommend Protocols covering all service providers and their related activities to tourism and hospitality sectors, to ensure a safe and prepared approach for a post-COVID 19 revival.

The protocols/guidelines are applicable to service providers engaged in management of both international and domestic tourists. These include, the following in the tourism supply chain:
• Travel Agents
• Tour Operators (Inbound, Domestic & Adventure)
• Tourist Transport Operators
• Tourist Facilitators / Guides


They have been prepared with primary focus on identifying and mitigating risks for the service provider and for ensuring necessary safety and hygiene practices in interaction with travelers. Minimizing all possible touch points by use of digital technology has been one of the guiding principles for the guidelines. This would not only help in reducing the risk but also make traceability of the guest easier in case a situation in future warrants so.

The protocols would include the requirements that each sub-sector or tourist activity would need to comply with in terms of health and hygiene. The same could be adapted by States/UTs based on their tourism products and service capacity.



Corona virus update - Kerala, India - Apr 27th 2020


India - worlds largest democracy has succeeded in containing the Covid with a very low mortality rate.

The below figures shows India has the lowest mortality rate from COVID 19 virus.


Country Confirmed deaths (absolute) Population (in millions) Deaths per million
Belgium 6,917 11.42 605.58
spain 22,902 46.72 490.16
Italy 26,384 60.43 436.6
France 22,614 66.99 337.59
United Kingdom 20,319 66.49 305.6
Netherlands 4,409 17.23 255.88
Ireland 1,063 4.85 219.02
Sweden 2,192 10.18 215.26
Switzerland 1,599 8.52 187.75
United States 53,846 327.17 164.58
Portugal 880 10.28 85.59
India 825 1,352.62      0.61 👈

Survey time period: April 26, 2020.


India’s 21-day lockdown may have successfully suppressed the epidemic. Social distancing is one of the best ways to slow the epidemic.

India may have protective characteristics against Covid-19. Researchers have proposed that the low share of elderly in the population, the high temperatures and humidity in India, widespread BCG vaccination for tuberculosis, or resistance to malaria have helped India escape the brunt of the pandemic.

The spicy Indian foods contain ingredients such as turmeric, garlic and ginger which boost the immunity naturally. Kerala state in India where the alternative medicine Ayurveda originated which has treatments based on extracts from herbal medicinal plants and oils.

India is home of yoga and many are practising pranyama (breathing excercise) which expands the capacity of lungs and prevent from Pneumonia.

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Why India will become a sought after destination post corona?

1) The future travel trends after Corona infections would be leisure + healthcare tour and India being the home of Ayurveda and Yoga would become the wellness hub of world.

2) People prefer to travel independently with out using public transports while going for vacation. India still has cheap and affordable private car tours with english speaking chauffeurs and many will prefer to have all inclusive private car tours to protect from Covid.

3) There are 30 million out bound travellers from India every year and this year many prefer to have domestic tours with India. States like Goa, Kerala will get a good chunk of domestic travel.

4) The Indian big fat weddings limited to 10 people for the ceremony and the part of the big amounts saved would be spend for Luxury honeymoon in Indian destinations.

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