Indian govt to take strong stand against UK for not recognising Co-Win certificate

New Delhi, 1/10: The Government of India has taken a tough stand on the issue of Britain not recognizing the Cowin Certificate. Now those coming to India from Britain will also have to go through the same rules as the UK has imposed. According to sources, the new rules in the country will be effective from October 4. Britain is also implementing the new rules in its own right from 4 October.


It has been reported from sources that according to the new rules, RT PCR test will have to be done 72 hours before coming to India. The test will also have to be done on arrival at the airport. RT PCR test will have to be done again on the eighth day of arrival. Quarantine will be mandatory for 10 days from arrival in India.


Recognition given to Covishield last week but not to Covin Certificate

After questions were raised by India last week, Britain changed the travel advisory to include Covishield in the list of accepted vaccines. However, the bottlenecks on UK travel for Indian travelers were not completely over. After reaching the UK, the passengers will have to get tested for Kovid and also follow the quarantine rules. Because till now the country has not approved the CoWIN certificate. Talks were going on between the two countries regarding this matter.

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