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Vietnam cancels quarantine and vaccination passports for entry into the country

16.03.2022 101 просмотров

Crossing the border of the republic will be required to present a negative result of a PCR test done within 72 hours.

Vietnam's Ministry of Health has abolished the use of COVID-19 vaccination passports, as well as mandatory quarantine or self-isolation, as a condition for entering the country. This is stated in the decree of the department distributed on Wednesday.

Starting from March 16, people arriving in Vietnam will no longer be required to present vaccine passports or certificates of recovery from COVID-19, as well as undergo the mandatory earlier seven-day quarantine or three-day self-isolation regime. Those crossing the border will only need to present a negative PCR test result within 72 hours or a rapid test carried out 24 hours prior to arrival. , which have remained closed for the past two years due to the pandemic. The decision to lift all restrictions on the admission of foreigners was made against the backdrop that the epidemiological situation in Vietnam was taken under control and the country, in accordance with the strategy approved by the government, moved to the stage of safe, flexible adaptation and effective containment of COVID-19.

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