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India covid statistics & travel advice
The latest Covid-19 statistics on new cases and vaccine rollout in India plus up-to-date travel advice and resources from government organisations and international agencies.
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India Covid-19 vaccine rollout
Below are the latest statistics on Covid-19 vaccinations in India showing the number of people and percentage of the population who are partially and fully vaccinated.
|As of 15/06/2021||Number of people||Percentage of population|
India Covid-19 statistics - new cases
The figures below show the average numbers of new cases per 100,000 of population for India recorded in the latest 7-day and 14-day period and the percentage difference from the week before, plus charts showing the numbers of new cases recorded over the past 10 weeks.
|Week ending||7-day average||7-day weekly change||14-day average||14-day weekly change|
New cases 7-day average
The 7-day average number of new Covid-19 cases per 100,000 of population for India recorded over the past 10 weeks.
New cases 14-day average
The 14-day average number of new Covid-19 cases per 100,000 of population for India recorded over the past 10 weeks.
The number of newly recorded cases per 100,000 of population for India is provided by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and is updated weekly.
India coronavirus live updates
- Travel advice for India - UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO)
- Travellers' health for India - Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, India
- Coronavirus timeline in India - Wikipedia - coronavirus update
- Latest info on travel to India - Indian Ministry of Health
FCO travel advice
India travel status
Below is the latest information on the travel and tourism status of India including entry rules, pre-departure & in-destination Covid-19 testing and quarantine requirements plus current status on the UK travel list for returning to the UK.
Are there entry restrictions to India due to the coronavirus?
India is closed for tourism. All non-resident foreign nationals are banned from entering.
Negative PCR or NAAT test results required for arrivals from the UK. All arrivals face a period of quarantine on entering India. Mandatory 2nd test on arrival & 7 days later.
Check out Indian Ministry of Health for more information.
- OOpen for tourism
- VVaccine passport accepted
- TTest required
- QVQuarantine excl. vaccinated
- TQVTest + quarantine excl. vaccinated
- T+QTest + quarantine required
- QQuarantine required
- C/BClosed for tourism/Travel ban
Do I need to quarantine in the UK if I travel from India?
India is on the Red list in the UK (Currently England only).
From 17 May 2021 - if you have been in or through India in the previous 10 days, you will be refused entry to the UK unless you are a British or Irish national, or you have residence rights in the UK.
All arrivals who are permitted to enter must quarantine in a government approved hotel for 10 days at their own expense.
A pre-departure test in India is required as well as PCR tests on days 2 & 8 in the UK while in quarantine.
UK status - traffic light system
- GGreen list country
- CTACommon Travel Area
- G+Green watchlist country
- AAmber list country
- RRed list country
- BInternational travel ban
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