It is not known when Bharat Biotech’s Kovid-19 vaccine Covaxin will get the approval of the World Health Organization (WHO), but some countries have full faith in our vaccine. They have given permission to the people who have got both the doses of covaccine. India is the only country after China which has given 100 crore corona vaccines.
So far WHO has given EUL to 6 six vaccines. These include vaccines from Pfizer-BioNtech, SK Bio and Serum Institute of India (SII), AstraZeneca EU, Janssen, Moderna and Sinopharm. Due to the pending approval of the vaccine, European countries and America are hesitant to give entry to those people who have got this vaccine. However, some countries have allowed entry without hesitation. Come, get to know about them here.
It is one of the countries where Indians who have had Covaxin are allowed to travel. The country’s health regulator Cofepris has authorized India’s Covaxin vaccine for emergency use. There is no mandatory quarantine requirement in Mexico right now. However, those who show symptoms of Kovid, they can be quarantined.
Indian citizens who have taken both doses of Covaxin can go to Nepal. All passengers have to show a vaccine certificate. The last dose should have been taken 14 days before leaving the country.
Indian citizens who have received both doses of Covaxin can also go to Iran. Iran has allowed this. A negative PCR test done within 96 hours is seen on arrival. There is a rule of 14 days quarantine if there is no report.
The government recognizes the vaccine here. People who have had both doses of the vaccine are asked to show certificates. At least 14 days have passed since the second dose.
The Philippines has also approved Bharat Biotech’s vaccine. Fully vaccinated only those who have passed 14 days after taking the second dose.
This African country has also recognized the Indian vaccine. People are expected to stay in quarantine for 10 days upon arrival in the country. This is to be done after showing a valid negative PCR test. Those who do not have a valid negative PCR test may be refused.
This Gulf country has recently added Covaccin to its list. This means that Indians going here will not have to go through a 14-day quarantine.