Singapore, Kuwait and the UAE have revised their travel guidelines for Indians travelling to these nations. So if you’re planning to travel here, make sure you keep yourself updated with the new guidelines and then make your travel plans accordingly. So, here are the updated travel rules of Singapore, Kuwait and the UAE.
Passengers travelling to Singapore from India must now produce their travel history for the past 7 days, earlier this timeline was 14 days. Singapore Airlines has revised these guidelines for passengers arriving from India through the VTL ( Vaccinated Travel Lanes). So, in case you’ve travelled to Singapore in the past 7 days then your stay here will be counted as part of the 7-day travel history requirement.
If you’re flying to Kuwait from India, then do keep in mind that Air India Express has released new travel guidelines for the same. In the updated travel guidelines, passengers with valid travel documents can enter Kuwait irrespective of their vaccination status. Moreover, Kuwait has also removed the quarantine requirements for all fully vaccinated passengers to the nation. However if it’s been 9 months since they have taken their second dose, then they need a booster dose to be considered fully vaccinated.
3. The UAE
The UAE is also another nation to update its travel guidelines for passengers flying from India. According to the new guidelines, Indian arrivals must complete both doses of Covod-19 vaccination to be free from RT-PCR testing requirements before departure. They also need to upload their vaccination certificate in the Air Suvidha portal. Partially vaccinated travellers must carry a Covid-19 negative RT-PCR certificate, taken 72 hours before travel. It needs to be also uploaded on the Air Suvidha portal.