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Shlomo

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I am interested in visiting some country to get vaccinated, where vaccines are available for foreigners, and I am wondering if anyone has any experience with this? I read Serbia has been offering it, the UAE, and even in Russia it is possible. Any other options? Where is it easiest? How to go about it?
 

BlueMist

Entrepreneur
@Admin I think the reason OP is asking is not because his country is not vaccinating, but because in many countries there are priorities in place who will be vaccinated first. There is no way a whole Europe will vaccinated this year and now think about countries in Africa - there are still wealthy people living there who could easily book a flight to get vaccinated.

As for the UAE, tourists cannot get vaccinated. Only residence visa holders. I am aware of the news about Covid tourism to UAE but these are single cases about high profile people having some connections with the UAE government.
 

Shlomo

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@Admin I think the reason OP is asking is not because his country is not vaccinating, but because in many countries there are priorities in place who will be vaccinated first. There is no way a whole Europe will vaccinated this year and now think about countries in Africa - there are still wealthy people living there who could easily book a flight to get vaccinated.
I believe that is exactly the case even in most developed countries that even if people are getting vaccinated, it might be going incredibly slow, with different priority groups first getting vaccinated. In particular, it is well-known that in the EU there is a huge vaccine shortage.

Maybe it is not even always that it is a shortage, but the people who are offered to get vaccinated do not get vaccinated, and those who want to get vaccinated do not get offered to get vaccinated.

The countries that seem to have an abundance of vaccines are those who have received vaccines both from Russia and China, for example the UAE, Serbia, and so on. I read that tourists have been getting vaccinated in Serbia, and apparently it is possible in Russia, but at the same time as far as I know Russia does not issue visas. So I am wondering what experience people have in this regard?
 

EuroKiss

Active Member
I am interested in visiting some country to get vaccinated, where vaccines are available for foreigners, and I am wondering if anyone has any experience with this? I read Serbia has been offering it, the UAE, and even in Russia it is possible. Any other options? Where is it easiest? How to go about it?
Serbia, you can even choose among Pfizer, Sinovac and my preferred one, Sputnik.
 

Shlomo

New member
Serbia, you can even choose among Pfizer, Sinovac and my preferred one, Sputnik.
I am also interested primarily in the Sputnik vaccine, but how would one go about receiving the vaccine in Serbia? Some wrote that foreigners were only offered the AstraZeneca vaccine, and others wrote that there is a website where anyone (including foreigners) can register to schedule an appointment to get vaccinated with any vaccine of their choice.
 

Offshorespirit

New member
Hi

Don´t worry it would be there for everybody everywhere very soon, like the admin I wasnt aware there is countries what not vaccinate, can I ask you where are you from?, or where you are?

I hope you before put this "vaccine" are aware of the risks and get the right information. Just to put in perspective if you die or get health issues because the vaccine you cant go to court in most countries.
 

EuroKiss

Active Member
Hi

Don´t worry it would be there for everybody everywhere very soon, like the admin I wasnt aware there is countries what not vaccinate, can I ask you where are you from?, or where you are?

I hope you before put this "vaccine" are aware of the risks and get the right information. Just to put in perspective if you die or get health issues because the vaccine you cant go to court in most countries.
Yep, in my country (EUSSR) I must got AstraZeneca...I seriously prefer got covid than that s*it!
 

EuroKiss

Active Member
I am also interested primarily in the Sputnik vaccine, but how would one go about receiving the vaccine in Serbia? Some wrote that foreigners were only offered the AstraZeneca vaccine, and others wrote that there is a website where anyone (including foreigners) can register to schedule an appointment to get vaccinated with any vaccine of their choice.
Not a single website but you should see the page of the consulate/embassy of Serbia in your country.
 

Fred

Dubai Expat
Mentor Group Gold
Commercial Service
We have some clients that setting up a Dubai Company that grants the Residence Visa only for the purpose of receiving the Vaccine.

We have several different cases and so far everything went well. It depends mainly on the age.

Don't have any personal experience so far for myself but will let you know once I applied for the vaccine injection.
 

Yoyo331998

New member
I believe that is exactly the case even in most developed countries that even if people are getting vaccinated, it might be going incredibly slow, with different priority groups first getting vaccinated. In particular, it is well-known that in the EU there is a huge vaccine shortage.

Maybe it is not even always that it is a shortage, but the people who are offered to get vaccinated do not get vaccinated, and those who want to get vaccinated do not get offered to get vaccinated.

The countries that seem to have an abundance of vaccines are those who have received vaccines both from Russia and China, for example the UAE, Serbia, and so on. I read that tourists have been getting vaccinated in Serbia, and apparently it is possible in Russia, but at the same time as far as I know Russia does not issue visas. So I am wondering what experience people have in this regard?
I got my 2nd dose of Sputnik on the 19th of March in Moscow. The process was smooth without any bureaucracy headache, I'm an EU citizen but I have a 1-year business visa. For now, visa issuance is suspended but a friend of mine that works Russian ministry of tourism said that they are planning to resume issuing e-visas to some EU and Asian countries in April, but those definitely won't include countries like France, Germany, etc. due to bad covid situation.
 

Shlomo

New member
I would like to bump this thread, as it has nearly been a month, and the situation might have changed. I think many people are interested in this topic. So the question remains: where is it possible now to go for vaccine tourism to get covid-19 vaccine?
 

daxbr

Active Member
USA, 40% got vaccinated and noone else wants it. Drugstores are empty and anyone can get it for free with foreign document.
 

khinkali

Entrepreneur
Great answer @daxbr

Las Vegas opens up fully in June. Business class flights and decent hotels are cheap. It's about time for a vacation.
 

OTR365

Active Member
We have some clients that setting up a Dubai Company that grants the Residence Visa only for the purpose of receiving the Vaccine.
Wow, the lengths people will go...

I personally try to avoid the vaccine, but will probably have to take it in order to travel. My sister took a Pfizer-Biontech vaccine and got very ill afterwards. She still needs to take a 2nd jab... At this point there certainly is a demand to live in a city in a warm country where you would not be forced to wear a mask, could go to bars & restaurants and live a normal life like before. No such place in the Western World.

As to the topic, Serbia had so many vaccines, they were at risk of getting past due date. Hence they gave jabs for free. There is a Serbian government website for "expressing your interest in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine." here (only in Serbian language). Direct link to the form here (you can feed the link to google translate, but pull-down menus might not work).
 

Jerry1911

Mentor Group Gold
At this point there certainly is a demand to live in a city in a warm country where you would not be forced to wear a mask, could go to bars & restaurants and live a normal life like before.
Croatia my friend

Last time they closed the restaurants we just booked a few hotel rooms smi(&%
 

daxbr

Active Member
Since yesterday, things got even better in the US for the volunteers/victims. Vaccines are distributed in local bars with one complimentary drink. I kid you not. (Skip to 0.50)
 
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