Serbia is benefitting from an influx of Indian tourists making the most of a quarantine loophole

Serbia is benefiting from COVID-19 ‘quarantine tourism’ as thousands of Indian travellers make a two-week stopover on their way to other countries.

India has registered more coronavirus cases than any other country, except the United States. Its citizens are barred from entering many countries during the pandemic unless they spend two weeks in another country en route.

Serbia has become a popular stopover destination for Indians because it offers them visa-free entry if they have been vaccinated and test negative for the virus.

They are also required to spend at least the first seven days of their stay in Serbia in isolation, depending on conditions set by their destination countries. They

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