The UK has said it will recognize the COVID-19 vaccine on the World Health Organization’s emergency use list later this month, adding China’s Synovac, Synoform and India’s Kovacin to the country’s list of approved vaccines for inbound travelers.
The changes, effective November 22, will benefit fully vaccinated people in countries including the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia and India.
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Travel rules are being further simplified because all people under the age of 18 who have been fully vaccinated will be able to enter England without self-detachment upon arrival, the Department of Transportation said on Monday.
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