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Citizens of India wishing to travel to the United Kingdom through European Union carriers such as Air France, Lufthansa, and KLM by transiting through these airlines’ hubs at Munich, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, and Paris are being banned from boarding at their origin in India if they do not hold a Transit Schengen Visa. Such new post-Brexit […]Continue Reading
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Travellers from non-European countries can now enter Italy for travel purposes under facilitated rules as the pre-entry testing requirement, and the non-essential travel ban has been abolished. The news on the easing of the travel rules for third-country nationals was announced by the Minister of Health of Italy, Roberto Speranza, last week. Since yesterday, travellers Continue Reading
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South Africa’s tourism minister Lindiwe Sisulu has welcomed the decision by EU countries to remove South Africa from red lists, but simultaneously lamented the loss of over a billion rand in much-needed tourism revenue during the peak December holiday season. The loss was incurred after massive cancellations because Britain and over 20 other countries imposed […]Continue Reading
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The European Commission adopted new rules on Tuesday setting a binding expiration date of nine months — or 270 days — for vaccination certificates for travel in the EU. From February 1, EU countries will have to accept vaccination certificates for travel purposes for 270 days after the holder’s initial course of vaccination, and they […]Continue Reading
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The Netherlands has became the latest European Union (EU) country to approve the Serum Institute of India (SII)-manufactured Covishield vaccine for travellers, days after India pushed for the approval of its COVID-19 vaccines in Europe. According to the website of the government of the Netherlands, Covishield has been included in the list of approved vaccines […]Continue Reading
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European Union governments agreed on Wednesday to add the United States to their list of countries from which they will allow non-essential travel, EU diplomats said. Ambassadors from the EU’s 27 countries approved the addition of the United States and five other countries at a meeting on Wednesday, with the change to take effect in […]Continue Reading
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