However, this was not translated as a relief to isolate the entire vaccine (with WHO approved Govshield) from India under the lax rules until October 4th.
The England The Government of India has raised doubts about the vaccination certification process. For this reason, the entire vaccine from India (including Cowshield) should be isolated in the UK from October 4 according to the non-red list of applicable countries or the loose rules of other countries in the world.
After confusion among Indian travelers over the denial of the loose decision, India and the UK are no longer on the UK’s red list. India has warned that similar measures will be taken.
Alex Ellis, the British High Commissioner to India, said: “We know Cowshield is not a problem. The UK is open to travel. It is about 30% higher than the previous year.
Ellis said: “We have had extensive technical discussions with both Gov processor and NHS application developers regarding accreditation regarding the two applications.
The UK government website, in an update on Wednesday, mentioned CowShield’s list of approved vaccines. However, the spokesman British High Commission In Delhi on Monday, he said, “We are working with the Government of India to study how to extend the UK’s accreditation for vaccination certificates for people who have been vaccinated by the relevant public health organization in India.”
The UK Government Notice states: “If you have been vaccinated from 4am to 4pm you are eligible for the vaccine: under an immunization program approved under the UK, Europe, US or UK Foreign Immunization Program; With full rotation Oxford / AstrogenicaAnd Pfizer BioendechAnd Modern Or Johnson from 4am on October 4, you have Barbados, Bahrain, Brunei, Canada, Dominica, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea or Taiwan; Combinations of 4 listed vaccines such as AstraZeneca Covishield, AstraZeneca Vaxzevria and Moderna Takeda qualify as approved vaccines. You must have completed a full review of the approved vaccine at least 14 days prior to your arrival in the UK.
A spokesman for the British High Commission in Delhi said Monday that the UK was committed to resuming international travel and that the announcement was the next step in helping people travel safely, securely and freely. Health. We are working with the Government of India to explore how to extend the UK recognition of vaccination certificates to people who have been vaccinated by the relevant public health organization in India.
On September 17, the United Kingdom announced a new travel system that would include the Red List and other parts of the world. The new rules will apply to the rest of the world in the UK from October 4. But for the Indians, the situation was the same when India changed from red to amber.
On April 23, 2021, during the devastating Second Wave of the United Kingdom, India was added to its Red List. This means that Indians are not allowed to enter the UK. Some excluded categories, such as British nationals / hoteliers leaving India, must be isolated within 10 days upon arrival in the UK.
From August 8, India was changed from red to amber list. This means: Visa visas are open from India to the UK (others are excluded) Visa Open long-term visas); Passengers arriving in the UK can complete 10 days of isolation at home or at their place of residence (there is no compulsory isolation at a managed hotel); Under the release’s voluntary testing program, they may choose to pay for a special Government-19 test on the fifth day of isolation. “If the results are negative, they may end up being isolated,” a spokesman said.
Visa applications from all types of Indian travelers are constantly being processed and you do not need to be vaccinated to go to the UK.
Regardless of your vaccination status, travelers coming from India should be tested before departure, Covit-19 should be taken on the eighth day before and after the second day and isolated for 10 days. Passenger home isolation can be reduced to about 5 days under the release service test.
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