06 Sep Unvaccinated Indian Travellers Are Welcome in These Countries
As the number of COVID cases in India continues to fall, many states have eliminated the requirement for an obligatory RT-PCR COVID negative report for entrance. Similarly, several nations are already welcoming Indian tourists on tourist visas, and some are even welcoming unvaccinated visitors as long as they follow COVID regulations. If you’re interested in learning more, here’s a list of nations that accept unvaccinated Indian travellers with an RT-PCR test report.
Anyone travelling from India to Serbia will need to bring a negative COVID-19 test, which must be taken 48 hours before to departure. Also, keep in mind that the route has a limited number of flights, so reserving tickets may be difficult.
Those coming in Egypt from countries where Delta variant instances have been reported, such as India, would be subjected to a quick test upon arrival. Travellers will also be asked to take a 15-minute DNA test called ID NOW for admission into the country, regardless of whether they have an RT negative test report or a valid vaccination certificate. If one of the tests is positive, the airport quarantine authorities will conduct another RT-PCR test. If that report is likewise positive, they will be referred to a selected hospital for additional testing.
As previously reported, the Maldives began accepting visitors from South Asian countries, including India, on July 15. Before travelling to the island nation, passengers must have a COVID-19 PCR test report that is negative.
Russia is now available to Indian visitors; however, they must adhere to certain COVID-related rules in order to enter the country. You’ll need an invitation from a government-approved tourist organisation, and you’ll need to apply for a tourist visa that’s good for up to 30 days and can be used for single or double entry. Those who are interested must additionally provide a negative RT-PCR test report from within 72 hours of their arrival. They will also be subjected to spot tests upon arrival, with those who exhibit symptoms being transported to a COVID testing centre.
If you are travelling from India, keep in mind that you will be subjected to a mandated 14-day institutional quarantine upon arrival. After their quarantine period is up, you will be required to take a COVID test. They will be allowed to leave the quarantine centre if the test is positive.