Negative PCR report, full vaccination certificate compulsory for Kathmandu-Delhi bus passengers

Photo courtesy: Nepal Bharat Maitri Bus Sewa MNR. to Delhi/Facebookj

KATHMANDU: Passengers travelling on a bus operated under the Kathmandu-Delhi bus service will have to carry a complete vaccination certificate and a negative RT-PCR test report issued within 72 hours of the start of the journey.

The inter-country bus service which was closed due to the Covid 19 pandemic has resumed today in India after about a gap of over one-and-a-half years. The bus service resumed at 10:00 am today from Dr Ambedkar Stadium Terminal at Delhi Gate in the national capital, ANI reported.

The bus service, which covers a distance of 1,167 km, was launched in November 2014 as a ‘Maitri Bus Sewa’ between the capital cities of Nepal and India.

According to the information given by Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC), the fare of the bus service has been raised to Rs 4,480 (INRs 2,800) per person from Rs 3,680 (INRs 2,300).

Like the previous schedule, the bus will leave for Delhi from Kathmandu every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and from Delhi on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

The bus stops at Muglin in Nepal and Firozabad and Faizabad in Uttar Pradesh India. The bus also stops for custom checking at Sunauli at the Nepal-India border.


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