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Vietnam Is Now Officially Open For Tourism

Vietnam finally opened for international tourism yesterday (15 March) – after more than two years of being closed due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Having reported last month that the country was looking to open its borders for tourists, Vietnam has finally done so – with travelers now able to enter for tourism purposes once …

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​​CDC Warns Americans To Not To Travel To Vietnam Despite Removal Of Restrictions

On Monday, February 28, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States made an update on its Travel Notices and changed Vietnam from Level 3 to Level 4: Very High Level of COVID-19.  The new warning arrives just a few days before March 15, when Vietnam will lift travel restrictions for …

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Vietnam To Further Loosen Entry Requirements For Tourism Reopening

After a two-year closure, plans are being finalized for Vietnam to fully reopen to international tourism by this April. Vietnam’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism sent a proposal to Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh this week that the country should reopen by March 31 rather than waiting until May. The pitch is that an …

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