Thailand has shortened the quarantine period for fully vaccinated travellers to seven days from October 1, according to an announcement made today by the Royal Thai Embassy in Dhaka.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday announced an 18-month ban on Australians travelling abroad will be lifted from next month, easing one of the toughest COVID-19 restrictions...
Fully-vaccinated travellers to Malaysia who wish to apply for home quarantine can do so via a new portal set up by the health ministry.
The Thai embassy in Dhaka will resume accepting applications for all categories and certificates of entry for non-Thai nationals in Bangladesh from tomorrow.
After repeated requests, the UK has removed Bangladesh from its travel red list.
Passengers with passports can now enter Bangladesh from India seven days a week without no-objection certificate, which is issued from the High Commission office of Bangladesh in Kolkata.
Bangladesh has lifted restrictions on cross-border travel to and from India today as Covid-19 scenario in the country and the region has improved.
Thailand plans to reopen Bangkok to fully vaccinated visitors in October, officials said Friday, as the kingdom seeks to salvage a tourism industry hammered by the pandemic.
In a new development, Biman Bangladesh Airlines has adopted a strategic partnership with Sabre solutions to drive revenue growth through digital transformation.
Bangladeshi travellers returning from India are no longer subject to mandatory 14-day institutional quarantine, according to the Health Department in Benapole.