COVID-19: Vietnamese students abroad warned of flight scam
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The effort to bring home Vietnamese citizens from abroad is being carried out under the direction of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc in the context of commercial air routes between Vietnam and other countries being suspended.
Children under 18, the elderly, the sick, and those from disadvantaged backgrounds will be prioritised.
However, the MOET has called on Vietnamese students abroad to take caution with entities and individuals that collect deposits to arrange flights to Vietnam in the name of Vietnamese diplomatic representative agencies.
Based on the document No.146/TB-VPCP dated April 7 of the Government Office announcing the PM’s conclusion at the meeting of permanent Government members on COVID-19 prevention and control, the MOET said all Vietnamese citizens learning abroad need to seriously follow epidemic prevention and control measures in line with regulations of the host countries as well as recommendations and guidelines by Vietnamese representative agencies.
Those who wish to return home must directly register at Vietnamese representative agencies in the host countries.
Further assistance could be found at Vietnamese representative agencies in the host countries, or via the citizen protection hotline ( 84) 9184.108.40.206, or the MOET’s Department of International Department at No.35 Dai Co Viet Street, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi with the phone number ( 84) 24.3869.5144 or ( 84) 365.12.74.07, email: firstname.lastname@example.org./.
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