UK Travel Rule Sparks Row As India Seeks To Resume COVID-19 Vaccine Diplomacy
WHO Nod Will Widen Acceptance
As India gets set to resume COVID-19 vaccine diplomacy from October, a new rule which will require Indians visiting UK who are fully vaccinated with AstraZeneca partner Serum Institute’s vaccine to undergo quarantine has sparked a row. Meanwhile, Indian companies await a nod from the WHO for wider acceptance of their COVID-19 vaccines.
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