From the 15th of this month, Vietnam plans to reopen air passenger traffic. So far, we are talking about two countries: Japan and South Korea. The head of the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam told the country’s news agency that the process of discussing the reopening of flights with the two countries of North-East Asia has been completed.
Initially there will be eight flights per week, four of which will be connected with Japan and four with the Republic of Korea.All passengers arriving in Vietnam will be required to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine, which they will have to pay for on their own. At the same time, COVID-19 treatment will continue to be financed by the state.
The plan is still under discussion among the various ministries in the country.
Vietnam expects up to 3,000 passengers to arrive on these flights each week. It is planned that the route network will subsequently expand and the number of flights will also increase.Whether and when the EU citizens will be affected, one can only guess. In Asia, the resumption of tourist traffic is very reverent, and the statistics on coronavirus cases in Asian countries are among the lowest in the world.
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