As the world slowly recovers from pandemic post the availability of vaccination, a lot of countries, especially the ones in Europe have reopened their doors for the tourists flying from other countries for the first time since March 2020. While it may sound like happy days are returning, travellers from India are still struggling to find entry to these nations, especially for tourism activities.
India was managing the coronavirus crisis very well before the second wave took the nation by storm. A mutant of COVID-19 called Delta Variant which originated from India forced many countries to reconsider their travel policies and India was among the few nations from which tourists were not allowed to fly in.
We look at the current entry rules in some popular European tourist destinations, which are allowing tourists from other countries but not India.
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