Indians can travel to these countries from next week

Indians can travel- There is a decrease in daily cases of corona virus in India. In such a situation, many countries opened their borders to Indians. Indian tourists will be able to take non-essential trips from next week. Canada, Maldives, Germany are included in the list of these countries. During the second wave of Corona, many countries closed their borders with India. Indians can travel-

The Public Health Agency of Canada announced on July 3 that it would ease travel restrictions only for citizens and permanent residents of the country. This decision aims to facilitate the issuance of valid work permits to international students, relatives of permanent residents and temporary workers. At the same time, all passengers, including Indians, will be required to submit a negative Kovid-19 test report within 72 hours (3 days) of entering Canada.

Those entering the country must take both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. Currently, the Canadian government has approved vaccines from Moderna, Pfizer-BioNtech, AstraZeneca / Covishield and Johnson & Johnson. India’s native vaccine, Russian-made Covaccine and Sputnik V have yet to be approved by Canada.

German Ambassador to India Walter J Lindner announced on Tuesday that the country had lifted the ban on the five countries affected by the Delta variant, including India. Now, Indian travelers who have received both doses of the Kovid-19 vaccine or who can show evidence of recovery from the virus will no longer need to self-quarantine upon arrival or return to Germany.

Flights to the Maldives will resume from July 15. Passengers will be required to carry a negative RT-PCR test report. It will not be necessary to quarantine yourself in the Maldives by showing the Corona report.

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