Many countries are gradually opening up and updating their entry requirements for vaccinated travellers.
Seychelles has issued new travel advisories for Indians. The island country has stated that it will allow vaccinated visitors from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh who have completed two weeks after their second dose.
The Public Health Commissioner of Seychelles has announced that entry will be allowed to only vaccinated travellers who have completed two weeks after their second dose.
In order to enter Seychelles, travellers will have to carry proof of COVID-19 vaccination – that is, the vaccination certificate – along with a negative RT-PCR test 72 hours before departure. These documents have to be submitted at the time of application for Health Travel Authorization.
Travellers below 18 years do not have to vaccinated and will be permitted to enter with a negative RT-PCR test.
Seychelles has no minimum stay requirement or movement restrictions but has urged all incoming travellers to follow COVID-related health protocols such as wearing masks, maintaining physical distancing, and washing hands regularly.
Direct flights from Mumbai to Seychelles have also been resumed with a set of COVID guidelines such as a negative PCR test taken 72 hours prior to departure…