Nhập cảnh Việt Nam sau 15 tháng 3, khách du lịch quốc tế cần làm gì?

Is there anything different when entering Vietnam after March 15

Is there anything different when entering Vietnam after March 15? According to Hai Phong Tours’ information updated on the official website of Hai Phong city https://thanhphohaiphong.gov.vn, immigration procedures have been greatly eased to accommodate the proposal of fully reopening. whole tourism.

International tourists when coming to Vietnam do not have to register according to tours and routes as during the pilot period. Tourists entering Vietnam only need to fully meet the regulations of the Ministry of Health on vaccination against COVID-19; have negative test results before boarding (within 24 hours for rapid test method, 72 hours for RT-PCR method); for countries with stricter regulations, the regulations of these countries shall apply; Install at least one health management application as prescribed by Vietnamese professional agencies and turn it on continuously during your stay in Vietnam…

Organizations and individuals in the city have stepped up implementation of the establishment of QR Code Scanning Points and the installation of PC-Covid applications.

PC Covid app
PC Covid app

For international visitors entering via air, those with suspected symptoms must undergo rapid testing at the airport, the rest must return to their pre-registered accommodation and self-isolate within 24 hours. hours and perform rapid testing or RT-PCR, continue medical monitoring within 14 days under the guidance of the Ministry of Health, strictly implement 5K.

International visitors entering via land are tested at the border gate before entry.

Khách quốc tế nhập cảnh Việt Nam
International visitors to Vietnam

Ministries and sectors also agreed with the proposal of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism that international visitors entering Vietnam must pay insurance premiums to enjoy the insurance level of 10,000 USD (about 30 USD/person on average). in case of having to be treated for COVID-19 in Vietnam.

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