With a population of 94 million, Vietnam has gone 43 days without any COVID-19 cases caused by community transmission, as of Thursday May 29. The national COVID-19 count stands at 327. Of these, only 49 are active cases, and 278 have recovered after treatment. … [Read more...] about Vietnam safe for travel: WeSwap
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Bochmann: Ideally, now is the time to work with and train associates. Contemporary tourists are looking for a personalized experience – something they can talk about when they get back to their families, friends, and colleagues. Now is the time to ask what we can sell tourists, MICE organizers, and destination wedding specialists that they can only experience in Vietnam. It is experiences and interaction with the Vietnamese people, authentic Vietnamese food, and Vietnamese culture, as well as beautiful weather and scenery that we need to concentrate on. … [Read more...] about How should Vietnam prepare for post-pandemic tourism recovery?
Accordingly, airports need to comply with regulations on ensuring exploitation safety of flights during the Covid-19 pandemic phase. Airports, serving international passenger flights and special flights carrying Vietnamese citizens from abroad namely Tan Son Nhat, Noi Bai, Can Tho, Da Nang, Cam Ranh, etc need to implement and maintain plans and procedures for cross-infection prevention and combat to the community in the process of receiving flights carrying Vietnamese citizens back to the country. Particularly, the staffs at the airports must regularly wear facial masks, wash their hands by antibacterial hand-gels, have their temperature checked, dis-infect the facilities, spray high-grade disinfectants at the gathering areas, offices, means of transportation, etc. The airlines must instruct passengers about the medical regulations on flying and adjust procedures of severing passengers in accordance with the pandemic situation. In the upcoming time, around 17 flights carrying … [Read more...] about Airports asked to prevent community infections from repatriation flights