Thomas Cook and SOTC are now offering to help travellers get a COVID- negative certificate

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Thomas Cook and SOTC are now offering to help travellers get a COVID- negative certificate
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  • An essential element of travel now is a COVID-negative certificate, but people are confused about how to obtain one.
  • Thomas Cook and its group company SOTC will now help travellers get the certificate in association with ICMR accredited labs.
  • It will help travellers get the certificate within 24-48 hours.
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The global travel and tourism industry is still struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic. In India, domestic travel has opened and international travel too will soon open in phases, but people are still wary of travelling. And not just that, travel today has completely changed from what it was pre-COVID.

An essential element of travel now is a COVID-negative certificate, but people are confused about how to obtain one. And now travel agencies Thomas Cook and its group company SOTC will now help travellers get the certificate in association with ICMR accredited labs.

The company will now ensure that travellers have the option for a smooth and seamless end-to-end process with contactless COVID-negative certification services. It will help travellers get the certificate within 24-48 hours.

“Our expertise ensures that we manage all the complexities of the process seamlessly - be it the specific formats, differing time frames required by each authority and coordination between the medical centres - to deliver a delightful, hassle-free experience for all our customers,” said Rajeev Kale, President & Country Head - Holidays, MICE, Visa, Thomas Cook (India).

The company has been launching several initiatives to revamp its business in India. Earlier this month, Thomas Cook and SOTC had launched Private Journeys – premium, chauffeured van tours as the company believes the new era of travel will focus on personalization, hygiene and safety.

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