Quarantine, RT-PCR - Travel has been a logistical nightmare in the past few months, with Covid-19 protocols changing rapidly. Now that India has announced the resumption of commercial flights from 27th March, here is a list of countries that have done away with mandatory quarantine and other rules.
Fully vaccinated travellers heading to Bali will no longer need to quarantine on arrival from 14th March. RT-PCR however is still mandatory on arrival.
Sri Lanka has done away with quarantine and needs for RT-PCR for Indian travellers
For Indian travellers planning a Swiss vacay, there is no need for quarantine once you reach your destination.
From March 21, this destination, a favourite among Indians, will allow vaccinated travellers holding a negative RT-PCR and travel insurance into its borders without the need for institutional quarantine.
Since 12 February, this nation has allowed travellers irrespective of their vaccination status and have dropped all quarantine and mask protocols in the country.
From April 1st, Malaysia will welcome all vaccinated travellers without imposing quarantine, although visitors will still need to take an RT-PCR test before departure and an antigen test on arrival.
Vietnam is expected to remove its stringent covid rules in order to welcome travellers to the nation. Although, all vaccinated visitors will still need to provide a negative COVID-19 test on arrival as well as quarantine for a day.