These 5 countries are now welcoming vaccinated travelers from India

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International travel is off the list with the new strain and the second wave of coronavirus. But, with a ray of hope, some countries have come up with a decision to open their borders for the immunised travellers. So, if you have got your dose of vaccine, here are all the countries you can travel while skipping the mandatory quarantine. Checkout below!

Seychelles

Seychelles is now open for vaccinated tourists. There is no need to go for mandatory 10-day quarantine if you carry a vaccination certificate. Also, you will have to wait 14 days after taking the jab before you fly to Seychelles. Moreover, you will need a proof of COVID-19 PCR test, done 72 hours before arrival.

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Iceland

Soon Iceland is going to consider vaccine passports from incoming travelers. They should have proofs of both the shots. Also, the proof will skip the COVID-19 test or quarantine. So, the Government of Iceland announced that vaccinated travellers from EU and approved third-party countries will enjoy restriction-free entry, from May 1, 2021.

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Cyprus

An island in Mediterranean Sea should definitely be on your bucket list. So, Cyprus will be allowing travellers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate to skip testing and quarantine.

romania

Romania has dramatic mountain scenery and coastline on the Black Sea. All restrictions have been lifted for vaccinated tourists within the EU. One will be able to bypass the quarantine with the COVID-19 vaccination. Also, you will have to wait ten days after your second jab of vaccination before travelling to Romania.

Lebanon

Lebanon is absolutely beautiful and you can skip the mandatory quarantine with a proof of your vaccination certificate. So, travelers can now visit Lebanon now under regular visa requirements. But you will still be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test report, taken 96 hours before boarding your flight to Lebanon.

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