India implements tit-for-tat Covid-19 quarantine for British passengers

On Monday, as three flights from the UK arrived in New Delhi carrying 500 passengers, 162 British nationals were singled out and asked to form a separate queue for a mandatory 10-day quarantine, at home or a place of their choosing – even though they are fully vaccinated.The passengers had been caught up in India’s tit-for-tat policy against Britain’s rules demanding 10 days of quarantine for fully inoculated Indian nationals entering the UK – a restriction New Delhi believes is discriminatory…

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