Over 86 percent of India's adult population is now fully vaccinated against coronavirus infection. With the kids' vaccine drive going on, we are very hopeful that the worst is over. In India, life is back to complete normalcy now. Yes, travel to India for tourism, and other short-term purposes resumed fully for individuals holding tourist or e-tourist visas. Foreign citizens from more than 160 countries can get an Indian eVisa online.
Eastbound is actively monitoring the impact of COVID-19 in India and the region.
In an attempt to restrict the spread of COVID-19, the Indian government has issued a travel advisory/restriction whereby no international commercial passenger aircraft is allowed to disembark its passengers on Indian soil. State borders have been sealed and the general public is advised not to move out of their homes unless absolutely essential.
India is following the strictest medical and hygiene protocols to contain the virus and to completely eliminate the threat of contagion.
For More Information and Live Updates from the region:
► World Health Organisation – Situation Dashboard
► World Health Organisation – Coronavirus Outbreak in SE Asia
Eastbound’s experienced crisis management and global operations teams are monitoring the situation closely in line with recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as local official government travel advisories.
During this challenging time, Eastbound continues to stand with its partners, including those that have suspended, curtailed or affected trips. If you are yet to hear from us, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We would like to thank you for your support and open communication and encourage everyone to be kind to one another as we power through this global crisis together.
As the situation continues to evolve, Eastbound remains committed to working with the industry to support the delivery of information from trusted sources.
For any further questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact our team.