ITS would like to share with you the official update regarding coronavirus outbreaks in Vietnam.
For those who already booked their holiday in Vietnam, we recommend that you reschedule your trip rather than cancelling. Another way is to contact us at email@example.com or our 24/7 hotline +84 93 663 1705 with any questions or concerns you might have. We are available 24/7 to assist.
Updates are being shared widely through social media and other outlets yet cannot always be trusted. We promise to bring you the most up to date announcements that come from trusted sources. While we are doing our best to stay on top of updates, we do suggest you also keep abreast of issues as they unfold and keep in mind the sources you are accessing. Kindly see below for our most recommended:
ALL inbound travelers entering Vietnam are required to submit a health declaration form. Travelers need to fill out this form at the airport upon arrival or submit it online in advance at https://tokhaiyte.vn/ or https://suckhoetoandan.vn/khaiyte .
Any travelers experiencing symptoms of the virus — fever, cough and difficulty breathing — should immediately call Vietnam’s health hotline: 19003228.
VISA POLICIES RELATED TO COVID-19 IN VIETNAM
- Electronic Visas (e-Visa)
Temporarily stop issuing e-Visa for foreigners who are in or have recently visited areas where Covid-19 is spreading.
- Visa Upon Arrival and/or Visa Issued by Vietnam Embassy in Foreign Countries
For those who wish to travel to Vietnam, they need to contact with their Vietnamese sponsors/tour-operators for arrangement of their visas with the Immigration Department of Vietnam. Once they get the visa approval letter from the Immigration Department, they can contact Vietnam Embassy for the issuance of their visas, or get visa upon arrival.
Processing for visa approval letter might take longer than normal. Travelers need to be aware of the followings:
- Anyone travelling ahead of that time should check with their airline in advance as a precaution (Entry requirements and Health).
- Travelers showing symptoms of COVID-19 may be required to carry out medical checks, and placed in a 14-day quarantine at designated health facilities in Vietnam. For any reason if travellers are under quarantine, they will have to pay for the cost themselves.
- Vietnam may refuse to grant visas to:
- All travelers entering Vietnam from or having transited through mainland China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Italy, and Iran within the past 14 days will be refused entry to Vietnam at this time.
- Countries with more than 500 confirmed cases of COVID-19, or more than 50 new cases per day, can also expect to have visa exemptions to Vietnam suspended at this time. Vietnam may refuse to grant visas to travelers showing symptoms of COVID-19.
LIST OF TEMPORARILY CLOSED HOTELS AND ATTRACTIONS
For travelers who are currently in Vietnam or those who are planning, we understand that recent coronavirus outbreaks have negatively affected your trip. We are here to help bring you the most up to date and reliable information. Please visit our list of temporarily closed attractions/locations regularly to stay informed.
CURRENT STATISTICS ON CORONAVIUS EPIDEMIC IN VIETNAM
Updated at 18:30 on March 14th, 2020 about coronavirus in Vietnam
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