Here is a list of the countries which have been excluded from the list of countries which need to quarantine on arrival into the UK. This is good news for those planning a summer trip there.
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The European Union has begun to open up from July 1 onwards. As a first step, residents of 15 countries will be allowed to come to the EU for non-essential travel. India is not on the list.
UK is planning to open their visa centres across India again from July 6 onwards. This could be useful for those whose passports were stuck for a while. Not just that, nothing like the present for a new UK Visa on your passport for a future journey.
The Maldives is planning to re-open the tourism activities in the country next month and will do so with minimal or no requirements to undergo Quarantine. Also, Visa continues to be free.
Dubai will reopen tomorrow and will start accepting stranded Dubai residents tomorrow onwards. July onwards, Dubai will open for tourism and visits for foreigners as well.
The United Kingdom has enacted a new requirement where they will be quarantining anyone who arrives in the UK borders from today onwards. That means you spend 14 days before you get to set foot out there.
Good news for those who want to leave India. There is an update for the visa requirements required to get on a flight to exit India now.
For Indians stranded abroad, there is some great news. OCI Cardholders have now been permitted to come back to India under some circumstances. This should help those stuck in the USA.
Those who work or live the UAE and have been locked out of the country due to UAE’s lockdown on foreign citizens entering the country can now start make plans to enter the country again. UAE will be allowing resident visa holders back shortly.
All Indian airports will close to International arrivals with effect from March 22, 2020, onwards for one week. That would mean no arrivals and departures from India will happen from Sunday onwards.
In a wide-ranging move, the UAE has decided to not issue any new visas with effect from March 17, 2020, onwards. That means even Visa on Arrival at ports across the UAE will be suspended from this date onwards.