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16 European countries have now recognised Covishield for the entry of international travellers. They include Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and France.

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Indians vaccinated with two doses of Covishield will be allowed to enter once they lift their travel restrictions. Here are seven European countries recognising the Indian version of the Oxford-Astrazeneca vaccine by the Serum Institute of India.(Unsplash)


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Slovenia: The country has declared itself pandemic free on June 15, 2021. Indian travellers can skip their 10-day quarantine if you produce a double vaccination certificate.(Unsplash)


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Greece: When the country is open for Indian travellers, both Covishield and Covaxin should get you through.(Unsplash)


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Ireland: Fully vaccinated travellers from India can go into a home quarantine for five days but will still have to provide a negative (‘not detected’) RT-PCR test for COVID-19 taken in the 72 hours before you arrive in Ireland.(Unsplash)


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Switzerland: Indians with both shots can enter Switzerland without taking an RT-PCR test as well as skip quarantine.(Unsplash)


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Iceland: This country has lifted all COVID restrictions and has started welcoming fully vaccinated travellers from most countries from July 1.(Unsplash)


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Austria: Austria is one of the many European countries to recognise the Indian-made vaccine Covishield. Currently, Indians can enter only for certain purposes like business travel, medical reasons, etc(Unsplash)


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Germany: Anyone with a double shot of Covishield is fully recognised by GER as valid proof of anti-COVID vaccination, confirmed German ambassador to India. But at the moment, Indian travellers will have to undergo the mandatory 14-day quarantine since India is still flagged as an area of concern.(Unsplash)


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