The recent one to join the list was Delhi. After a sharp upsurge, the government said that the travellers from five states, including Maharashtra, Kerala and Punjab, will have to show negative COVID-19 test reports before entering the national capital.The negative COVID-19 test report requirement is likely to be implemented from Friday night and will remain in place till March 15. Earlier last week, the Maharashtra government imposed an order stating that all travellers from Kerala, Goa, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi will require a negative test report to enter the State.The government said the test should have been conducted within 72 hours before departure. The norms are applicable for all travellers irrespective of whether they are travelling by flights or trains.The Karnataka government has also made it mandatory for travellers from Maharashtra or Kerala to carry a COVID-19 negative certificate while arriving in the state. The government said this is applicable to everyone irrespective of the mode of travel, and the report should be no later than 72 hours prior to the journey. In the wake of a surge in coronavirus cases, the Uttarakhand government on Monday issued an order to make the Covid-19 test mandatory for travellers from five states — Maharashtra, Gujarat, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, travellers from these states have to undergo testing on arrival in Uttarakhand at state borders, railway stations and Dehradun airport, said Dehradun District Magistrate. The Manipur government has made the coronavirus test mandatory for passengers coming from Maharashtra and Kerala. The government said this applies to passengers coming by flights and will be in place from February 24.The Assam government requires all passengers coming into the state, irrespective of their mode of travel, need to conduct a swab or antigen test on arrival.The governments of Meghalaya, Mizoram, Tripura, Ladakh, and Jammu & Kashmir require all passengers to carry a negative test report, irrespective of their mode of transport. People who do not carry the test report will have to undergo the coronavirus test at the entry point.