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However, given the possible third wave of the coronavirus, leading low-cost carrier IndiGo has relaunched flights to Male (Maldives), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Doha, Kuwait City, Muscat and Dhaka. (Bangladesh). Read also – Attention travelers! France bans tourists from UK amid Omicron fear – 5 key points

The airline has listed city guidelines for its international passengers. Please note that IndiGo has warned that passengers who violate government regulations will be denied boarding on the flight. If you’ve booked an international flight with IndiGo, here’s everything you need to know. Read also – Break! Israel bans travel to 7 other countries – Covid guidelines and full list here

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Passengers traveling to the Maldives from India must produce a negative COVID-19 PCR test report before entering the island nation. A tweet from the Maldives Ministry of Tourism reads: “The #Maldives will resume issuing tourist visas on arrival from July 15 for tourists from South Asia. Tourists need a negative #PCR result to enter the Maldives. Further details will follow accordingly.

Passengers authorized to travel from India to Colombo in Sri Lanka include Sri Lankan nationals and residents, businessmen, Indian medical professionals, engineers and technicians. Passengers must submit a completed health declaration form to the airport health unit staff at the health counters. In addition, they allow transit through Sri Lanka if the connecting flight takes place within 10 hours of arrival. Additionally, travelers who have received a full dose of the Covid vaccine may be exempt from testing and quarantine restrictions.

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According to the latest guidelines, all passengers arriving in Bangladesh are required to complete a self-declaration of health form and submit it to health authorities upon arrival.

Foreign nationals holding a valid Bangladesh visa are allowed to travel to Bangladesh and must be in possession of a negative RT PCR certificate issued within 72 hours of travel. Persons who do not have a valid negative RT-PCR certificate will not be allowed to board the flight.

Note: Children under 10 are exempt from Pre-COVID testing

Additionally, passengers who have been vaccinated with a WHO listed / approved vaccine (should have received both doses of the vaccine and completed 14 days after receiving the second dose) are not exempt from RT-PCR testing. before leaving. The same must be done within 72 hours of departure.

People in possession of tourist visas will not be allowed to travel to Bangladesh until further notice.

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