Covid 19: Haryana cuts mandatory Covishield dosage gap for select flyers

By Jasleen Kaur - September 13, 2021 7:09 pm

Covid 19: In a major relief, the Haryana Government has reduced the mandatory 84-day gap between two doses of Covishield for certain category of people wishing to travel abroad.

The Mission Director, National Health Mission (NHM), on Monday asked civil surgeons to extend the benefit to those availing treatment abroad and foreign nationals who want to return to their countries.

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The order states that this relaxation will be available in any circumstances in which foreign travel may be unavoidable and the mandatory 84-day gap after the first dose of Covishield against Covid 19 has not elapsed.

This relaxation is already being extended to those going abroad for higher education, employment or official purposes.

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On the other hand, the beneficiary will have to produce a copy of the visa or confirmed tickets, besides other documents, to justifying their urgency for travelling abroad.

-PTC News

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