• Serval countries are relaxing the travel restrictions for the India.
• Whereas many countries are extended the ban for travelers of India.
• The COVID-19 and Delta variant was firstly reported in India.
• So many countries like Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Canada and many more.
As the CIVID-19 situation is now under control in India, whereas there is rapid spread of Delta Variant. As the Delta Variant was first reported in India in October 2020. And now it has spread to over 100 countries, so several countries are extending travel ban on India.
Saudi Arabia said it will impose the restriction on travel for India for three years. The list include Afghanistan, Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Lebanon, Pakistan, South Africa, Turkey, Vietnam and the United Arab Emirates.
THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES:
The United Arab Emirates has also ban the travel restriction for India. Etihad Airways said that it is not sure when the ban will lifted.
Canada also imposes the restriction on travel for India.
On Friday the Philippines extended the travel restrictions on India and also the nine other country is reposing lockdown restriction as well.
Apart from these countries Indians even can’t travel to Australia, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Italy, Kuwait, New Zeeland, Oman, Singapore etc.
Whereas France has removed the India from the red list and fully vaccinated Indians can travel to France. Even though Germany has also relax the restriction on travel for India.
Reports said broadly there are two reasons behind countries extending the ban on Indian travellers.
One, the Covid-19 situation of that country for which it might be bringing back additional restrictions. The extension of the travel ban is part of the country’s restrictive measures.
Two, the spread of the Delta variant of Covid-19. Delta variant is the latest cause of concern and the US health authority has said Delta variant is spreading as easily as chickenpox. Since the variant was first detected in India, some countries might be apprehensive about Indian travellers.