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Government rolls back reciprocal restrictions, no forced quarantine for UK travelers

New Delhi, 13 October

The government has withdrawn a travel advisory including a 10-day mandatory quarantine on those arriving from the UK after the British government ordered the closure of mandatory testing and quarantine norms for those vaccinated with the travel covidshield. -19 related additional checks and restrictions. India.

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The Ministry of Health said in an order on 11 October that based on the evolving scenario, the revised guidelines with respect to the UK have been withdrawn and the earlier guidelines on international arrivals issued on 17 February will be applicable to all travelers arriving from the UK to India. .

British High Commissioner to India Alex Ellis said last week that there would be no quarantine requirement for Indians traveling to the UK who have been vaccinated with Covishield or any other UK-approved vaccine from October 11. India also withdrew the new UK. Consultation from October 11 in Reciprocity.

Meanwhile, India is soon approaching the 100 crore vaccination mark. It is expected that the government will display this event in a big way. – tns

Wax mark of 100 crore soon

  • The country is likely to achieve 100 crore vaccination figures around October 18-19.
  • It is expected that the government will display this event in a big way.

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