LONDON: Indian travelers facing a ban on mandatory hotel quarantine in the UK have been relieved, and the British government removed India from the travel ‘red list’.
According to a report by a foreign news agency, the UK has removed India from the travel red list, after which Indian passengers who have undergone a full corona vaccination have been released from the mandatory quarantine ban. 10-day hotel.
However, Indian citizens will have to spend ten days of isolation at home instead of in a hotel and if the corona test is negative after five days, the isolation at home can also be terminated.
The British government’s move came at a time when passengers were demanding that travel be relaxed. Indian travelers can choose anywhere, including their home, to be quarantined once they enter the UK.
The Corona proof will be accepted within 3 days of arrival in the UK. While two Corona tests must be booked in advance, travel can be hampered.
It should be remembered that a ‘Test to release’ scheme has also been launched in the UK under which if a passenger shows his Corona test negatively after 5 days, his quarantine of ten will be lifted.