Tourism authorities in Vietnam have announced a plan to welcome back foreign tourists to the country from as early as November ahead of a full reopening in June
Main picture Ha Long Bay, Vietnam credit digitalbyter on Unsplash
The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism has said that Phu Quoc will reopen next month to fully vaccinated tourists from Europe, the U.S., Northeast Asia, Australia, and the Middle East, who have successfully controlled Covid-19 and boast high vaccination rates.
The original plan had been for Phu Quoc to reopen earlier this month but a slow vaccination rate on the island meant that the plan had to be pushed back.
A full reopening would then follow in June next year.
Further details of the plan are not yet available.
Source: Vn Express International
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