Due to the downfall in coronavirus cases globally many countries have changes the travel restrictions for inbound travellers to move the current situation to the pre-covid level, Since from the march 2020, many countries had implemented lockdown and flight bans to break the chain of novel coronavirus.

Singapore, United Arab Emirates and Kuwait have announced some changes to travel protocols, and here are all the details to travel to these countries.

Singapore Travel Guidelines

Singapore Airlines has updated its guidelines for those arriving from India via VTL flights. 

They will also have to provide their travel history for the last 7 days. Also, if they have lived in Singapore in the last 7 days, their stay in Singapore will count towards the 7-day travel history requirement.

UAE Travel Guidelines

UAE has updated its travel guidelines for those coming from India. Those who have been fully vaccinated will now be free from the RT-PCR test prior to their departure from the United Arab Emirates for travel to India.

However, passengers are advised to upload their COVID-19 vaccination certificate issued in India on the Air Suvidha portal, while others need to carry a negative report of the COVID-19 RT-PCR test, which they did it 72 hours ago. their journey, and also upload it on the Air Suvidha Portal.

Kuwait Travel Guidelines

Kuwait has also updated its travel guidelines. As per the updated guidelines, passengers with valid travel documents will be allowed to enter Kuwait irrespective of their vaccination status.


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