No more 84-day dose gap for medical travel

No more 84-day dose gap for medical travel

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Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, September 13

The Haryana Government has reduced the mandatory 84-day gap between the two doses of Covisheild for two more categories of travellers.

The Director of the National Health Mission (NHM) today ordered the Civil Surgeons to extend the relaxation to those availing of treatment for any health problems abroad and foreign nationals wishing to return to their countries.

“The relaxation will also be allowed in circumstances where foreign travel may be unavoidable and the mandatory 84-day gap after the first dose of vaccination has not elapsed,” the order of the NHM managing director said.

However, the individual concerned will be asked to produce a copy of the travel documents such as visa or confirmed tickets, besides other documents justifying the urgency of the foreign visit.

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