Passengers will have to provide with their details such as name, contact details and valid ID proof while applying online for this facility.
Currently, passengers arriving from abroad have to undergo seven days of institutional quarantine followed by seven days of home quarantine.
The portal will make passengers' journey contactless as they won't have to fill physical copies of a self declaration form and a quarantine exemption form at the time of arrival in India.
Sources said the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has been given tight schedules to complete the four other expressways like the KMP Expressway, which is already completed.
The 26-year-old woman worked as a Food and Beverages Assistant in the lounge at Terminal-3 of the Indira Gandhi International Airport, they said.
The mobile towers are placed in properly cordoned areas of a terminal and the UV lamps inside them are used for disinfection, the Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) said in a statement.
The man was heading from Hanoi to Istanbul via Delhi on March 18 and got stuck at the airport's terminal 3 due to India's suspension of flights to Turkey from the same day.
India has been under a lockdown since March 25 to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, which has infected around 40,000 people and killed more than 1,300 people in the country till now.
Sanitising terminal buildings, strict social distancing: Delhi Airport gears up for post-coronavirus lockdown services
DIAL will also install auto-dispensing sanitisers in the terminals and will encourage passengers to either check-in at home or use the self-check-in facility at the airport.
According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, so far Delhi as reported 2,376 positive cases including 808 cured or discharged cases and 50 deaths.
Delhi airport working to scale up staff at cargo terminal for faster clearance amid COVID-19 lockdown
During the lockdown period, only special flights, medical evacuation flights and those carrying cargo, including medical equipment, to and from different parts of the country are operational.
The total number of coronavirus cases in the national capital on Monday stood at 30.
Last week, the force had made a similar interception at this airport and had recovered Rs 45 lakh worth foreign currency hidden in peanuts, cooked meatballs and other eatables.
The service has been introduced in collaboration with Bengaluru-based 'CarterX', as part of DIAL's endeavour to provide "world-class experience to its passengers," read a statement.
Air India stated that due to heavy rain and consequent congestion at the Airport, some fights have been diverted and held up at Delhi.