The unfair and slow distribution of the Covid-19 Vaccine in many countries has led some global citizens to travel to other countries that provide vaccine services to tourists.
Russia is the first country to supply Covid-19 Vaccine for tourists. Enno Lenze, an entrepreneur, journalist, and director of a museum in Germany was willing to travel for the injection. He researched Arabic, Iraq, etc., and even wanted to try his luck with a US visa.
Eventually, a tourist company was found in Norway offering a travel package that included a flight to Moscow and the Sputnik V vaccine.
Lenze, along with 50 other Germans, has received their first dose of Covid-19 Vaccine in Russia and will soon travel to Moscow for a second dose. Ironic ha? Germans asking Russians for help.
The Russian government is required to monitor the passengers for three days, but the German entrepreneur believes it is a good opportunity to tour Moscow and get acquainted with Soviet-era spaceships while taking the Covid-19 Vaccine.
Following a high demand for “dose” travel, the Norwegian travel agency has launched a three-week tour called “Health” where tourists can spend the distance between two doses of the vaccine in Turkish spas.
The tour company also offers a vaccinated train tour of Siberia, which has already enrolled 600 people from Germany, Switzerland, and several other European countries. Covid-19 Vaccine and a chance to visit Siberia after all these lockdowns?!
In the United States, as vaccines are rapidly being given to adults, some more vaccinated states have also begun injecting passengers.
For example, from June, another month in Alaska, which is part of the United States, the vaccine is recommended for passengers at the airport.
In North Dakota, a state bordering Canada, the Corona vaccine has also been injected into transit drivers of trucks entering the United States from Canada. In Florida, people who travel to the state temporarily or for business can get the Covid-19 Vaccine.