Passengers traveling from India or those who have been in the same country for the last 14 days don’t need to serve quarantine if they are inculcated with both COVID-19 vaccine doses. They need to show the proof of being vaccinated approved by WHO. Here are countries welcoming fully vaccinated Indians.
COVID-19 has changed the way we study, we travel and we live. With the COVID-19 vaccine being administered across the world, more and more countries are resuming traveling, easing the restrictions, and getting back to their usual way. While most countries are still restricting traveling following Coronavirus guidelines, some countries have opened international borders for fully vaccinated Indians. Check the complete list of countries where fully vaccinated Indians can head without quarantine.
What Are Those Countries That are Open for Fully Vaccinated Indians?
After months of deliberation, these countries permitted fully vaccinated Indian citizens to travel without being quarantined.
Despite showing the vaccinated certificate, travelers need to carry and follow the following instructions.
What are the Rules for Indian Passengers?
If you’re inclulated with both doses and planning to travel aforementioned countries, these are the mandatory guidelines you have to follow.
- Whether you’re traveling from India or have been in the same country for the last 14 days, it is mandatory to carry a negative RT-PCR report, not taken before 72 hours.
- Passengers also need to show their proof of being fully vaccinated approved by WHO.
- The last dose of COVID-19 vaccine should be inoculated at least before 14 days of traveling.
- For those who have been vaccinated with johnson & johnson vaccine, proof of getting administered with one dose would suffice.
If any passenger fails to show any certificate related to vaccination or meets the above guidelines will be subjected to a 10-days quarantine. On the 10th day, another RT-PCR will be conducted that should result in negative, will terminate the isolation, and allow travelers to move around the country. But, if the report comes positive, the person will receive treatment in accordance with the Coronavirus guidelines.