cách nạp tiền fb88 - Official guidelines for the prevention and control of COVID-19 pandemic for foreigners entering Vietnam and visa exemption policy for 13 countries
The Ministry of Health officially issued guidelines for COVID-19 pandemic prevention and control after inbound tourism reopening in which lifting the quarantine restriction for tourists with a negative COVID-19 test certificate and children under two years old on arrival. On the same day, Vietnam resumed 15-day visa exemption for 13 countries after nearly two years of closure.
Hoi An before the pandemic - Photo: @hoiantown
On March 15, Vietnam finally resumed inbound tourism with relaxed entry rules and announced official visa policies. According to the Ministry of Health, international tourists to Vietnam can travel freely without quarantine if they have a negative COVID-19 test certificate. The test must have been done within 72 hours using the RT-PCR method and 24 hours using the rapid antigen methods before departure. Travelers who cannot take the test before arrival need to keep their distance from others and have to be tested within 24 hours right after entering Vietnam. With a negative result, they can leave their accommodations.
Tourists are required to self-monitor their health in the next 10 days and call medical staff if having any COVID-19 symptoms.
Children under 2 years old are not required to conduct COVID-19 testing.
In addition, the Vietnam government also resumed its unilateral 15-day visa exemption policy for 13 countries including Belarus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, and the UK.
These new guidelines lifting most of the travel restrictions and offering a visa waiver program are positive signals from Vietnam after two years of closing inbound tourism and halting granting visas for international tourists.
Con Dao and Phu Quoc Islands off the southern coast of Vietnam were voted in the list of 10 most stunning islands in Southeast Asia by voters of the US magazine Travel + Leisure.
Six Senses Con Dao Resort in southern Vietnam has recently been included in the list of 15 best resorts in Asia by readers of the US magazine Travel + Leisure.
As Vietnam has already lifted Covid-19 prevention measures, the country enjoys a tourism boost and the restart of many international flights from different regions worldwide.