Corona: Britain approves Covishield, but Indians will not get the benefit; learn why
After India’s objection to Britain’s vaccine racism, Britain has tried to heal but has not changed the rules for Indians.
- UK approves Covishield; New travel advisory issued
- Britain has no problem with CoveShield, but India’s vaccination program has problems
New Delhi: The UK has approved the Covishield, the corona vaccine made in India. Although Britain has tried to heal after India’s objection to Britain’s vaccine racism, there has been no change in the rules for Indians.
- India’s vaccine program not approved
Let us inform that on Tuesday, India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar raised the issue of non-recognition of Covishield in front of Britain. The External Affairs Minister had said that non-recognition of the Covidshield vaccine is a discriminatory policy. Just a day after that, on Wednesday, Britain made it clear in its travel guidelines that it considers CoviShield as an approved vaccine. But the UK has still not approved India’s vaccination program. This means that Indians will still have to be quarantined for 10 days if they go to Britain.
- These rules for Indians
Apart from this, Indians will have to carry the Corona negative RT-PCR test report 48 hours before going to the UK. After this, after 10 days of home quarantine, negative RT-PCR report will have to be given again.
Even more surprising is that Britain has written in the new guidelines the names of those countries where the vaccine will be considered approved if it is administered. India’s name is not in this list. The list includes the names of countries like Bahrain, Kuwait, Malaysia and Taiwan.
- These countries included in Britain’s vaccinated list
According to the new rule, people coming from Australia, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahrain, Brunei, Canada, Dominica, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and UAE are completely Will be considered vaccinated.