Following the latest COVID-19 updates, Vietnam has up its ante to prevent any further escalation of the virus in the country.
Vietnam has recently opened its gates to six International countries – Guangzhou, Taiwan, Seoul, Tokyo, Phnom Penh, and Vientiane.
However, this is not for any leisure traveling. As of the moment, the country only allows official travels to limited persons which are: diplomats, experts, investors and respective family members, this also includes locals flying back home to Vietnam.
Travellers are required to adhere to strict COVID-19 regulations of the Vietnam Ministry of Health.
Arriving travellers are mandated to submit health declarations. These forms are available upon arrival at the airport and border gates and can be digitally filled out. This then needs to be submitted to the Vietnam Health Declaration.
Travellers must secure that all details are legit and precise. With this travel regulation, every traveller is mandated to adhere.
Local health officials have isolated some places believed to be precarious or locations where confirmed infected travellers have visited.
Well-known tourist attractions across the country strategically schedule specific days to clean and disinfect their establishment.
These tourist attractions were given the go signal to operate since April 23 as long as they observe necessary safety measures for guests.
Any travellers that show any signs of COVID-19 or anyone who believes they might have been exposed must call Vietnam’s health hotline: 1900 3228
The country has set 30 screening centres across Vietnam to perform any necessary testing and diagnosis of COVID-19 disease.
Alongside with this is a 45 quick response teams to provide assistance to health facilities. Here’s a complete list of screening centres in the country.