Ground Report | New Delhi: Countries where Indians are allowed after covid; Countries have begun easing international travel restrictions, provided certain conditions are met, as Covid-19 vaccination programs become more widespread.
Vaccinated Indian tourists are now allowed in several countries including the US (from 8 November), the UK, Sri Lanka, Dubai, Maldives, Chile, and Bahrain. In Thailand, vaccinated Indians will have to quarantine for seven days upon the arrival.
Countries where Indians are allowed after covid
- Thailand will reopen to vaccinated visitors from select countries from 1 November. Fully vaccinated citizens of 10 countries deemed “low risk” will be allowed to enter the country without quarantine, provided they arrive by air.
- Fully vaccinated Indians will not need to undergo any quarantine. The passengers will be required to carry the vaccination certificate and undergo an RT-PCR test on the second day of arrival.
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- Fully vaccinated passengers should carry a negative RT-PCR test done no earlier than 72 hours before commencement. They have to carry the original vaccination certificate with them. The non-vaccinated tourists are required to undergo 14-day quarantine at a government-approved hotel and RT-PCR tests on arrival and exit from the quarantine.
Passengers traveling to Dubai are required to show a negative RT-PCR test before arrival. The test needs to be done within 96 hours of travel in the country.
Visitors, including those from India, are allowed to obtain a visa on arrival in the Maldives.
Tourists can travel through Chile provided they have been fully vaccinated. A negative Covid-19 test is also required upon arrival in the country.
Bahrain allows vaccinated travelers from certain countries to enter without quarantine. (The complete list is available at https://www.bahrainairport.bh/covid-19-travel-information).
Passengers coming from India are required to undergo RT-PCR test on arrival in Egypt. The test should not be taken more than 72 hours before arrival.