Vietnam continues to loosen restrictions as it re-opens its borders to select targets that are believed to be well managed by the coronavirus.
At the recent Mekong Tourism Advisory Group meeting, Tran Phong Binh, deputy head of the tourism market division at the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, said the country will welcome flights from Taiwan, Guangzhou in China, and Tokyo in Japan and Seoul in this month South Korea.
Tran said these locations were selected because they managed Covid-19 “very well”.
The agreement only applies to foreign nationals, diplomats, high-ranking workers, investors and other special cases specified by the government. Tran currently said that they should undergo a 14-day quarantine.
He added that the authorities will consider similar agreements with Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Singapore if the pilot program is successful.
Tran said the country has now entered the second phase of its VietnamSafe communication plan. The second phase of the second phase will take place in October and the target will expand its advertising channels before opening its doors to international tourists again.
Tran added that the easing of restrictions on international tourists will be handled with caution as the government monitors the situation.
Meanwhile, Tran said the country has successfully promoted domestic tourism since flights resumed within Vietnam in May. Extensive promotions have been carried out to encourage residents to travel locally.
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