From the last year the lockdown has started in India and also in the other countries. Everything was closed and a strong restrictions was also on travel and festival celebration.
Slowly, after the vaccination the norms get realised on travel and other things.
But still these was too many restrictions or procedures for travel. Such that RT, PCR test before travel to any other countries. And then after 14 days of quarantine. So it was too headache for the people to travel from one country to another country.
So, these move will relief the thousands of Indian to travel to UK for work studies and leisure.
This will start from 11 October, then the Indian will not have to Self-isolate or to take a COVID-19, when they arrive in the UK.
The guidelines change, after Indian said that all travellers from the UK will have to quarantine for 10 days after arriving in India, irrespective of their COVID-19 Vaccination status.
Trouble has been brewing between the two countries over Covidsheild. As the Indian made version of the AstraZeneca Vaccine that the doses given to million of Britons. Earlier the UK was refused of Covidsheild. So the fully Vaccination Indian travellers had to still isolate for 10 days and take COVID-19 test, that also at their own expense, before they allowed to leave quarantine.
After outrage in India against what many called “a discriminatory rule”, UK designated Covishield an approved jab last month.
But, still it continued from quarantine list and the travel restrictions. Similarly-vaccinated travellers to the UK from many other countries were not facing the same restrictions.
This led to a backlash from Delhi, which imposed a mandatory quarantine last week for fully vaccinated British nationals travelling to India.
Watch the Twitter video on this!
#WATCH | No quarantine for Indian travellers to UK fully vaccinated with Covishield or another UK-approved vaccine from October 11: Alex Ellis, British High Commissioner to India pic.twitter.com/jShYtECRf2
— ANI (@ANI) October 7, 2021
So, the Britain’s take decision to ease travel restrictions for Indians on Thursday Said that there will be on quarantine for Indian travellers to UK fully Vaccination with Covidsheild or any other. UK approved vaccine from October 11.
Most others have received Covaxin, an Indian-made government-backed jab, which has not been approved by the WHO yet.