Mcs Medical Tourism Kerala

For entry into India:-

Yellow Fever

Any person, Foreigner or Indian, (excluding infants below six months) arriving by air or sea without a vaccination certificate of yellow fever will be kept in quarantine isolation for a period up to 6 days if : He arrives in India within 6 days of departure/transit from a yellow fever endemic area. Has come on a ship which has started from or transited at any port in a yellow fever endemic country within 30 days of its arrival in India provided such ship has not been disinfected in accordance with the procedure laid down by WHO.


To make the travel easy and comfortable, proper planning is essential. Some important tips should be followed to keep you safe and healthy.

  • Before visiting any destination, gather information about that country or area such as climate, prevalent epidemic diseases, or outbreak diseases.
  • Be aware of the risk of diseases in the countries you are planning to visit and consult your doctor about vaccination and medicines to be taken to prevent diseases.
  • Pregnant women should consult the doctor before planning a travel.
  • Always carry a list of medications if you have any, as well as a travel health kit.
  • You should keep a copy of the prescription if you are taking any medicines.
  • To find out any information or to clear any doubt regarding the destination country, contact its embassy or consulate located in your country before traveling.
  • In case of any emergency in a foreign country, contact your embassy or consulate situated there.
  • Precautions pertaining to food and water should be taken.


Deboarding should be done ensuring physical distancing. Thermal screening would be carried out in respect of all the passengers by the Health officials present at the airport. The self-declaration form filled online shall be shown (or a copy of physical self-declaration form to be submitted) to the airport health staff. The passengers found to be symptomatic during screening shall be immediately isolated and taken to medical facility as per health protocol. The remaining passengers shall be taken to suitable institutional quarantine facilities, to be arranged by the respective State/ UT Governments to undergo mandatory 7 days’ institutional quarantine and 7 days’ home quarantine. International passengers arriving at seaports/land ports will also have to undergo the same protocol as above, except that facility for online registration is not available for such passengers currently.


NOTE: States can have any additional restrictions imposed with regards to quarantine and isolation as per their field assessment post arrival of passengers in the state concerned.



  1. Bureau of Immigration, India 
  2. National Health Portal, India
  3. Guidelines for international arrivals
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MCS Medical tourism India

MCS Medical Tourism Awarded Kerala’s First NABH  Medical Value Travel Facilitator Accreditation

The certificate was handed over by External Affairs Minister of State Shri V Muraleedharan at a function held at the Union Ministry of External Affairs. Mr. Sivaprasad P V ( Founder & Chief Executive Officer) and Mrs. Lekshmi S Warrier (Designated Partner) received the certificate on behalf of MCS