Vietnamese are optimistic for tourism to take off again according to Agoda’s Welcome Back to Travel survey released with 60% of the public anticipating restriction-free domestic travel within the next six months.
Sydney will end its Covid-19 quarantine for fully vaccinated international travelers from November 1, New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet said on Friday, October 15 foreshadowing the full return of overseas travel after more than 19 months
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[CNN Travel] Hanoi — Vietnam is planning to reopen key tourist destinations to vaccinated visitors from countries deemed a low COVID-19 risk from December, the government said on Wednesday, October 6, ahead of a full resumption targeted for June next year.Vietnam imposed tight border controls at the start of the pandemic in an effort to keepContinue reading “Vietnam to fully reopen by June 2022”
The Australian government has allocated $64 million in vital overseas passenger security screening at Australia’s key international airports as aviation continues its COVID-19 comeback.
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[VN Express] The Vietnam Tourism Association has launched a nationwide tourism recovery program that will kick off early October with tours to low-risk green zones. Under the program, which is being initiated as Vietnam switches from a zero-Covid strategy to new normal that involves living with the novel coronavirus, a set of safety criteria is being prepared for reopening tourism in the country.
Responding to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, this project aims to support the recovery and development of the tourism and hospitality sector in Australia and ASEAN countries. The Australia-ASEAN Tourism and Hospitality Forum provides a knowledge-sharing platform and brings together a wide range of stakeholders including practitioners, academic experts, and government officers.
(Dan Tri) – Facing a loss of billions of dong to donate to the Government’s Vaccine Fund For Covid -19 Prevention and Control, we offer accommodations and meals for the doctors who are helping fight the Covid-19 epidemic. If there is a time when it is really necessary, I – a former medical student, will also be willing to be in the field hospitals to support the treatment of Covid-19 patients.”