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Tourism in Vietnam After Covid-19 Pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has badly affected many businesses worldwide, and the tourism sector is not an exception.Vietnam, like many other tourists countries, has shut down its borders for travelers. But now, as many countries observe the covid 19 vaccinations, slowly and gradually, tourist countries, including Vietnam, have started welcoming tourists.If you plan to visit Vietnam and want to know about their travel restrictions, stick to this Explore One Vietnam article and know about their current tourism policies.

The first group of tourists after relaxing travels restrictions:

Vietnam imposed strict border restrictions at the outset of the pandemic in an attempt to keep COVID-19 out. Now Vietnam is relaxing the travel restrictions. On November 20, 2021, two hundred vaccinated international guests arrived in Vietnam's beach-fringed island of Phu Quoc, the country's first wave of visitors in over two years as it strives to resuscitate its pandemic-ravaged tourism business.

According to the authorities, these 200 tourists no longer have to endure the statutory two-week quarantine. Still, they must spend their vacation exclusively inside the mega-complex resort Vinpearl and will be examined twice throughout their trip.

Full reopening for travel:

Vietnam aims to allow fully vaccinated foreign tourists to visit specific sites such as Phu Quoc, Da Nang, Hoi An, Nha Trang, and others under a three-phase strategy. The first phase has started in November 2021 with the arrival of 200 tourists. The second phase would begin in January 2022, with additional locations added to the list, with a full reopening planned for June or July 2022.

Tourists from the countries that are currently allowed to visit:

Vietnam has officially recognized COVID-19 vaccine passports or certificates from 72 countries, including China, the United States, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, India, Thailand, South Korea, Singapore, Germany, Italy, France, Cambodia, and Canada.

Moreover, the standardized quarantine period for fully vaccinated foreign visitors in Vietnam has been reduced from 14 days to 7 days. Arrivals must also test negative for the virus 72 hours before arrival, and after the quarantine period, they must self-monitor for another seven days.

Above, we have mentioned all the developments made regards the tourism reopening in Vietnam. Hopefully, this article will help you to plan your visit to Vietnam accordingly.

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