Later this month, Britain announced that it will recognise COVID-19 vaccines on the World Health Organization’s Emergency Use Listing, adding Sinovac, Sinopharm, and India’s Covaxin to the country’s approved list of vaccinations for inbound travellers.
The reforms, which take effect on November 22, will help persons who have been completely vaccinated in nations such as the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, and India.
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From 22 November travellers fully vaccinated with a #COVID19 vaccine recognised by @WHO for Emergency Use Listing, including Covaxin, will not have to self-isolate; so joining those fully vaccinated with Covishield.https://t.co/UyJsryBd0O https://t.co/mZhaqRgB35
— Alex Ellis (@AlexWEllis) November 8, 2021
The Department for Transport said on Monday that all people under the age of 18 who have been properly vaccinated will be able to enter England without having to self-isolate upon arrival.
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