Delhi’s directorate general of health services on Monday issued guidelines for domestic travel via flights, buses or trains for passengers and the agencies concerned.

As per the rules, passengers found with moderate or severe symptoms will be admitted to dedicated Covid health facilities and those found having mild symptoms will be given an option for home isolation or being admitted to a Covid Care Centre (government or private).

All asymptomatic passengers will be advised 14-day home isolation, the order read. The guidelines also identified the agencies responsible for mandatory thermal screening and other medical checks at different public transport terminals.

For passengers at the airports, checks will be the responsibility of the airport health officials (APHO), with Safdarjung hospital serving as the link hospital. For Maharana Pratap and Anand Vihar inter-state bus terminals, the Delhi transport department will be the agency concerned, with Aruna Asaf Ali hospital and Dr Hegdewar Arogya Sansthan serving as links. For the five railway stations, the Northern Railways will be responsible, with its own hospitals serving as links, besides two others.