Vietnam plans to reopen to foreign visitors as early as March 15.
The country’s Ministry of Tourism was praised and has also decided to lift nearly all travel restrictions from mid-March. This has not yet been resolved and will now reopen three months ahead of schedule.
Vietnam has decided to reopen to international travelers who tested negative for the COVID 19 test before leaving the country. Additionally, visitors must have been vaccinated against the virus in the past six months and 14 days before entering Vietnam.
Also, keep in mind that visitors must be quarantined on the first day of travel, as well as travel medical insurance of up to $ 10,000. Unvaccinated travelers can enter the country but must quarantine a hotel for seven days. You must also take the RT-PCR test on the first and seventh days.
Vietnam closely follows other Southeast Asian countries such as Thailand and the Philippines, gradually welcoming visitors. The country continues to face a surge in COVID-19 infections, with the country reporting 32,000 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday alone, according to the World Health Organization.
Vietnam is a popular destination for travelers from all over the world looking for an affordable travel destination.