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These Countries Are Allowing Fully Vaccinated Indians To Travel

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7. Thailand

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If you have been planning a vacation to Thailand for a long time but have been unable to do so because of COVID-19, your wait has ended. Thailand now allows fully vaccinated Indians to travel and has implemented a “Visa On Arrival” program for Indians. Not only India, but from October 1, 2021, 18 nations will be able to apply for Visa on Arrival at any international airport in Thailand. To enter Thailand, you must apply for a Certificate of Entry (COE), which is granted by the Thai Embassy or Consulate, according to reports.

 

8. UAE

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From September 12, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has relaxed travel restrictions for 14 countries, including India, for those who have been completely vaccinated with vaccines approved by the World Health Organization (WHO).

 

9. Turkey

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Last month, Turkey stated that beginning September 4, fully vaccinated travelers aged 12 and up who have spent the previous 14 days in India will no longer be subject to the necessary 14-day quarantine regulation. “This exemption covers vaccines that have been certified by WHO or the Turkish government,” the Culture and Tourism Office of the Embassy of the Republic of Turkey in India said. In addition to WHO-approved vaccines, the Turkish government has approved Pfizer-BioNTech, Sputnik V, and Sinovac vaccines.  Travel to Turkey will be permitted for Indians who have had the Covishield vaccine.

 

10. Italy

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Indians who get fully vaccinated with Covishield can now go to Italy with a Green Pass. After a meeting between Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya and his Italian colleague, Roberto Speranza, the Indian Embassy in Rome was confirmed on September 24. Previously, Comirnaty Pfizer, Moderna, Vaxzervria AstraZeneca, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines were recognized in Italy; now, Covishield has been included as well.

 

11. Spain

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Indian nationals who are fully vaccinated and have a valid long-stay visa, health professionals, students, highly qualified workers, people traveling for essential family reasons, diplomatic and consular personnel, transport personnel, and people who can prove they are traveling for necessary reasons are all allowed to enter Spain, according to Schengen Visa Info. Covishield-vaccinated Indians are permitted, whereas Covaxin-vaccinated Indians are not. Only the Delhi center is currently handling visa applications. Travelers from India must have a Schengen visa or apply for a Spanish visa using the BLS international online visa application center.

 

12. Nepal

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Nepal has also removed the ban on Indians traveling there. You can enter the nation if you are fully vaccinated with Covishield and Covaxin. You must present the last dose of your vaccination certificate, which must have been taken at least 14 days prior to your entry into the country. If you intend to travel by road, you will be issued a visa upon arrival and will be required to fill out an online departure form before beginning your journey. If you have not been vaccinated or are only partially vaccinated, you must submit an RT-PCR test report within 72 hours of entering the country and will be quarantined.

 

13. Kenya

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Kenya, like other countries, allows Indian visitors to enter the country without being quarantined. However, you must present a COVID negative certificate, which must be obtained 96 hours prior to departure. After that, a visa can be applied for online. Yellow fever vaccination is also required for all Indian visitors of all ages, according to Kenya.

Take vaccines on priority. These are the countries that are allowing fully vaccinated Indians to travel.

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