Hungary and Serbia have also agreed to recognize India’s COVID-19 vaccination certificate. Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Arindam Bagchi has given this information. He said that the recognition of vaccination certificates will help people to move to other countries for education, business, tourism and other things in the post-pandemic world.
“Another country has recognized India’s vaccination certificate. Traditional friendship with Serbia has resulted in mutual recognition of COVID-19 vaccination certificates,” Bagchi said in a tweet.
In a second tweet, Bagchi wrote, “Mutual recognition of COVID-19 vaccination certificates begins! India and Hungary agree to recognize each other’s COVID-19 vaccination certificates. For education, business, tourism and beyond.” will facilitate mobility for the
Yet another country recognizes India’s vaccination certificate!
Traditional friendship with Serbia translates into mutual recognition of Covid-19 vaccination certificates!
— Arindam Bagchi (@MEAIndia) October 8, 2021
The developments come a day after the UK government decided to remove the requirement of mandatory quarantine for vaccinated Indian travellers.
British High Commissioner to India Alex Ellis said in a tweet, “From October 11, Indian travelers to the UK who have been fully vaccinated through Covishield or any other UK approved vaccine will no longer be in quarantine.”
Earlier, Bharat Biotech said in a tweet, we have achieved another milestone, Covaccine has been given GMP certificate in Hungary. This is Bharat Biotech’s first EUDragDMP compliance certificate from European regulators. A note posted on Twitter said that Hungary’s National Institute of Pharmacy and Nutrition has given GMP certification for the manufacture of Covaccine. Bharat Biotech said the GMP certificate is now listed in the EUdragDMP database, a collection of records from the European Community of Manufacturing Authorities and Certificates of Good Manufacturing Practice.