Canada’s Public Health Agency announced on July 3 that they would be easing travel restrictions only for citizens and permanent residents of the country. The move is aimed at facilitating valid work permits to international students, relatives of permanent residents and temporary workers. At the same time, all travelers, including Indians, must submit a negative COVID-19 test report within 72 hours (3 days) of entry into Canada.
German Ambassador to India Walter J Lindner on Tuesday announced that the country has lifted the ban on the five Delta variant affected countries, including India. Now Indian travelers who have been given both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine or who can show evidence of recovery from the virus will no longer need to self-quarantine on their arrival or return to Germany. ="text-align: justify;">Maldives
Flight services to Maldives will resume from July 15. Passengers will compulsorily have to carry a negative RT-PCR test report. There will be no need to quarantine yourself in Maldives after showing the Corona report.