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Vietnam reaffirmed that it would not open its doors to foreign tourism to avoid a possible outbreak

June 25, 2020

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said this Wednesday that the country will not rush to open its borders to foreign tourism because the goal is to avoid a second wave of infections after the Southeast Asian country has so far achieved it No death was registered by COVID-19, and a majority of the 352 patients were recovered.

According to Phuc, the entry of experts and high-level workers into the country is being analyzed, and if allowed, everyone must comply with the government’s mandatory isolation measures.

“The ministries, branches, and localities need to be very vigilant to ensure human health and avoid the impatience that leads to the removal of key successes in preventing and controlling COVID-19,” Phuc said after he did that Meeting with the committee responsible for the management of the fight against the new corona virus in Vietnam.

Vietnam reaffirmed that it would not open its doors to foreign tourism to avoid a possible outbreakVietnam reaffirmed that it would not open its doors to foreign tourism to avoid a possible outbreak

In return, according to the local news website Kenh14, Phuc asked to increase the frequency of flights to bring back around 35,000 Vietnamese stranded in other countries, especially from other parts of the Asian continent such as China. , Taiwan or Japan, always under strict safety regulations.