The government has approved the Ministry of Finance’s recommendation that a person has to pay VND80,000 for food and VND40,000 for other daily necessities.
Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic last January, the government has quarantined people arriving in the country at their facilities or military camps for 14 days, but for free before September 1.
Those who prefer to self-quarantine at hotels and resorts must pay 1 dong.2-5 million a day in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
The government has also required all foreigners coming to Vietnam to have international health insurance that will bear all medical and other expenses if they get sick in Vietnam.
They have to pay for Covid-19 tests while Vietnamese will continue to receive free examination and treatment.
They also need to register their residential address before booking air tickets to Vietnam.
The government has authorized the resumption of commercial air services to mainland China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan from September 15, and to Laos and Cambodia on September 22.
However, Vietnamese airlines have yet to reveal specific plans for two-way commercial flights to six Asian destinations as authorities are working to finalize Covid-19 testing procedures. 19 as well as enough quarantine facilities and medical staff before welcoming foreign passengers.
Currently, the only foreigners allowed are holders of diplomatic and official passports, professionals, business managers, skilled workers and investors, their family members, international students. and family members of Vietnamese citizens.
Upon landing, everyone must provide a certificate confirming that they have tested negative for Covid-19 within three days of boarding, but will be taken to the isolation camp first and further tested by RT-PRC method.People who have tested negative for coronavirus twice can leave the camp after five days and be quarantined at other facilities such as their home, workplace or hotel to end their 14-day quarantine as prescribed. submitted by the Ministry of Health.
Vietnam suspended all international flights on March 25.
Many foreigners deported from the country due to the travel ban have begged the government to reopen borders and resume international flights so they can be reunited with their families.
Up to now, Vietnam has had 1,066 cases of Covid-19, of which 88 are active, including 35 deaths.
There has been no community transmission for two weeks.
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