Due to the drastic spread of the coronavirus, all the countries’ borders were shut to restrict its spreading in 2020. Currently, most of the countries are opening their borders and welcoming candidates who are fully vaccinated.
But these vaccines should be approved by WHO. One among them was the Indian Covid -19 vaccine, which is accepted by 30 nations along with the U.K. Till date, in India, more than 27 lakh doses of Covid-19 vaccines were administered, and the number of doses given has crossed 97 cores.
As per the recent update, except for Britain, more than 30 countries worldwide have now agreed to recognize India’s Covid-19 vaccine certificate mutually. These countries include:
In few other countries like South Africa, Brazil, Bangladesh, Botswana, China, and others in Europe, Indian travelers need to follow additional measures.
In addition to these, there are few COVID-19 measures to be followed when they arrive in India. These include a post-arrival Covid-19 test in the country and screening as per the officials cited by the agency.
Hungary and Serbia were added to the list recently who agreed to mutually recognize India’s Covid-19 vaccination certificate, as per the records from ministry of external affairs (MEA) spokesperson Arindam Bagchi last week.
Bagchi says that the “recognition of the vaccination certificates will cater to help people move across countries for education, business, tourism, and other things in the post-pandemic world.”
Recently the U.K. government has decided to ease the mandatory quarantine measures for vaccinated Indian travelers after India voiced its displeasure regarding the decision and imposed travel requirements on passengers from Britain in a tit-for-tat move.
According to the records, on October 14, 2021, India administered more than 27 lakh doses of Covid-19 vaccines. Till date, the number of vaccine doses administered so far has crossed 97 crores. The Union ministry of health and family welfare also said that the daily vaccination numbers are expected to increase as the day-long final report is collected late at night.
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