New Delhi: Due to the bursting situation of COVID cases in China, Japan, and the US, India has again made guidelines for international passengers. The Union Health Ministry and Family Welfare issued an order that from January onwards, people coming from China, Japan, Thailand, Korea, Singapore, and Hong Kong will need to submit an RT-PCR Negative Report before departure. The test should be conducted before 72 hours of traveling. The decision to impose a mandatory Covid test before departure after days of deliberations because of the continuous rise of COVID-19 cases in these six nations is being widely appreciated. One point to be noted is, that the epicenter of the sparking crisis is once again China. China, after the first-ever worldwide outbreak of the virus in 2019, was disgraced for being the origin. Coronavirus has been quite a controversial topic of discussion globally since then and is equally deadly on real ground. COVID has caused over 6.69 million deaths worldwide since 2019. The people who recovered are now even at more risk of heart disease, kidney failure, lung cancer, and more. In conclusion, the mandating of RT-PCR negative reports by the six nations, is a great precautionary step, in the midst of a possible crisis.