Compared to other ASEAN nations, Vietnam has a relatively low rate of Covid-19 transmissions. While the healthcare systems of other wealthier countries have been collapsing, Vietnam has remained in full control.

After several months of closing its borders to curb the spread of Covid-19 disease, Vietnam is finally opening to International travels on Sept. 15.

Vietnam’s Ministry of Transport has recently submitted a proposal to the National Steering Committee for the Prevention and Control of Covid-19 to restore some international routes that will transport foreign visitors in and out of Vietnam. As per the direction of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, the Ministry of Transport has organized a meeting with

Vietnam’s Ministry of Transport has sent a proposal to the country’s Prime Minister about reopening international routes to foreign visitors. The initial plan is to resume flights to six international destinations.

Vietnam has so far been doing well in its fight against COVID-19. Compared to other Asian countries, Vietnam has a low number of confirmed cases and fatality rates.

Even though Vietnam has been successful in containing the Coronavirus outbreak, it still has not opened up to international tourists. The Vietnamese government is careful enough not to allow another wave of infections, such as the case in Da Nang recently.

Due to the unpredictable and complicated nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam’s Health Ministry has put in place various initiatives to combat the spread of the disease. These measures have grown more stringent over time and are expected to change from time to time.

In order to curb the spread of Covid-19, Vietnam has decided to shut down its borders in March. The government also suspended all International flights and halted the issuance of new visas to foreign nationals.

The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Tourism has sent a document to the People’s Committee that contains a proposal to use more than 1,600 hotel rooms in the city as paid isolation centers. Those who are planning to visit Vietnam soon should be aware of the latest restrictions that the government has put in

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