Right now the government of the UAE has started a vaccination campaign for children aged 12 to 15 years in the country. Families are concerned that their children will not be vaccinated if they go on vacation.
Dubai Agency. Many Indians living in the United Arab Emirates have canceled their summer vacations or have decided to go on vacation after a few days due to the Corona epidemic. According to a report published in a newspaper, the time between June and August is the maximum travel time by Indians living in UAE. One of the major reasons for this is that during this time there is a holiday in the schools of the children. However, there is a ban on coming from India in the UAE as well as a massive vaccination campaign is going on for the youth in the country, this is also being considered a big reason.
What is your outlook on travel
Raheesh Babu, general manager of travel agency, Musafir.com, told that most of the trips to India happen around the school holidays, but now the UAE government has started a vaccination campaign for children between 12 and 15 years in the country. Due to this, the parents of the children are worried that, if they go on holiday, their children will not be vaccinated. He said that apart from this, the situation in India is still unstable, this is also a big reason that people are hesitant to travel to India.
UAE flights are banned
In fact, on 24 April, the UAE had banned flights coming from India. In view of the spread of Corona, it was later extended on 4 May and now due to the second wave of Kovid-19 in India, Emirates Airlines has announced a suspension of passenger flights from India to UAE till 30 June. Currently, only a certain class of travelers can travel from India to the UAE, with Golden Visa holders, diplomats and those with special permissions allowed to travel.