Coronavirus pandemic: India reopens its borders to foreign tourists • FRANCE 24 English

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#India reopened its borders to mass foreign #tourism, ending a 20-month clampdown as #coronavirus infections across the country remain low and #vaccination rates rise. After halting tourist visas in March last year, India is now allowing quarantine-free entry to fully inoculated travelers from 99 reciprocating countries.

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