The second wave of Covid-19 has struck India and as the Central Government of India has been issuing new protocols to follow in a bid to deal with the massive surge in Covid-19 cases in the country, all the states and UTs have also declared new travel guidelines. While there is no official complete lockdown in any of the states, interstate travel is no longer a cakewalk. Several states including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Assam and more have implemented lockdown-like restrictions to limit the movement of people with consideration to the substantially grwoth in Coronavirus positive patients. Last year in 2020, the COVID-induced lockdown was lifted in several phases in several states. However, since the start of March 2021, the Covid cases in India are growing at a faster rate, which is a huge concern for all the State and UT Governments. Currently India is only behind the United States that has reported over 31 million Covid-affected people.