Switzerland approves Covaxin, U.K. to give green signal soon

New Delhi: Switzerland has recognized the India-made corona vaccine (Covaxin) and britain is likely to do the same soon. The World Health Organization (WHO) 's approval of emergency use for covaccine (EUA) will increase international travel. A senior aviation ministry official has said that under air bubble agreements with various countries for flights we are increasing capacity based on demand.

Airlines say international airfares are significantly higher during the corona epidemic. For some places one-sided rent exceeds pre-epidemic return fares. Only increased capacity can reduce fares. Foreign tourists will be allowed non-charters from mid-November. High fares will create problems for passengers coming to India. The U.S. is opening up to international travelers from today. India has an open contract with the US (meaning Air India and US carriers will not impose any restrictions on the number of flights between the two locations).

State that about 16 countries had approved the vaccine with the objective of allowing vaccinating passengers from India before the WHO approved the Covaxin manufactured by Bharat Biotech. Several countries, including UK and Canada, are evaluating Covaxin after the approval of the WHO. They can give it the green signal in the coming days.

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