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You May Not Be Able To Travel Internationally If You've Taken Covaxin

Sadly for Indian travelers who have taken Bharat Biotech's Covaxin (2 doses), may not be able to make the cut to travel internationally yet, as it doesn't fall under WHO's Emergency Use Listing (EUL)

If you have been waiting to get both your jabs so you can make that international trip, for work or leisure, well, the time is not far away. However, if you have taken a covaxin, then things may not be as smooth for you. Countries are either considering vaccines approved by their own regulatory agencies, or those on the WHO’s Emergency Use Listing (EUL).

Vaccines that stand approved:

Covishield by Serum Institute Of India Vaccines by Moderna Vaccines by Pfizer Vaccines by AstraZeneca

Jansenn (In The US & Netherlands)

Sinopharm / BBIP

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According to WHO's latest guidance document, Bharat Biotech has submitted an 'expression of interest', however more information, details and meetings are required, before the inclusion of Covaxin. This can take weeks or even months.

Anyone who travels internationally currently, having taken Covaxin, may be considered as a "non-vaccinated traveler".

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