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India may soon reopen doors for foreign tourists from ‘COVID-safe’ countries

India may soon reopen its doors to foreign travellers from nations where the coronavirus situation is in check, albeit the tourists follow the necessary health protocols.

The inter-ministerial talks are on in this regard for a “calibrated resumption of tourist visas on a country-specific basis,” according to government officials.

“The Union home, external affairs, health, aviation and tourism ministries are having discussions to finalise the proposed calibrated reopening for tourist visa holders. While tourists only from certain countries are likely to be allowed initially, the protocol for those coming here is being worked out in terms of quarantine and other health requirements.” an official told the Times of India.

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