Guyana has become another country to approve India-made Covaxin for travel. On Tuesday, the country recognized Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin, which is India’s first homemade vaccine against Covid-19. The Indian High Commission in Guyana, on a happy note, mentioned that this was a crucial step towards the post COVID partnership between the two nations.
The Indian High Commission in Guyana took to Twitter and tweeted:
“Guyana has recognized India’s indigenous vaccine Covaxin – an important step forward in the post-Covid partnership between India and Guyana.”
#India is indigenous # COVID-19[FEMALE[FEMININE vaccine #COVAXIN done by @BharatBiotech got the EUL by #LABEL of @WHO Over 100 million Indians are vaccinated with #Covaxine COVAXIN @MEAIndia @Indian diplomacy @drkjsrini @OTPGY @ fcsanthony1 @AntiguaOpm @pmharriskn @DPI_Guyana @PIB_India @WIONNews pic.twitter.com/dAV8cYiTmy
– India in Guyana (@IndiainGuyana) November 3, 2021
He further mentioned: “From now on, all passengers aged 18 and over traveling to Guyana must be vaccinated against Covid-19 before their arrival. establishment”.
Recently, Australia also recognized Covaxin for travel purposes. The country has allowed entry of travelers who have received the vaccine. Along with Australia, five other countries have also approved the Indian vaccine certificate. The news was shared by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MEA) that Estonia, Kyrgyzstan, State of Palestine, Mauritius and Mongolia have also approved India’s vaccination certificate.
MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted: “Mutual recognition of Covid-19 vaccination certificates continues! Five more recognitions for the vaccination certificate from India including Estonia, Kyrgyzstan, State of Palestine, Mauritius and Mongolia.