Most Indians have been inoculated with Covishield, a locally developed version of the same vaccine developed by British-headquartered firm AstraZeneca. Photo: AP
Most Indians have been inoculated with Covishield, a locally developed version of the same vaccine developed by British-headquartered firm AstraZeneca. Photo: AP

India implements tit-for-tat Covid-19 quarantine for British passengers

  • More than 160 fully vaccinated British nationals arriving in New Delhi on Monday were singled out for mandatory tests and a 10-day quarantine
  • The rules mirror those put in place by London for fully inoculated Indians – even though most of the country has been jabbed with British-developed Covishield

Most Indians have been inoculated with Covishield, a locally developed version of the same vaccine developed by British-headquartered firm AstraZeneca. Photo: AP
Most Indians have been inoculated with Covishield, a locally developed version of the same vaccine developed by British-headquartered firm AstraZeneca. Photo: AP
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