Reportedly, India has imposed new rules on UK nationals arriving in the country, regardless of their vaccination status
From October 4, all British nationals arriving in India from the UK will be required to take a pre-departure RT-PRC test within 72 hours prior to traveling, as well as subsequent tests on arrival at the airport and on day eight after their arrival.
UK nationals will also be required to undertake a compulsory quarantine at home or at the destination address for 10 days. The new rules apply irrespective of having had both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The news was announced after the UK government categorized Indians who received the Covishield vaccine as “unvaccinated”, a decision the UK later reversed.