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Vietnam considers to resume travel with China, South Korea and Japan

06:05 | 19/06/2020

The government of Vietnam, South Korea, Japan, and China are discussing to gradually reconnect travel, based on the situation of COVID-19 and demand of each country, the Spokesperson of Vietnam's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Le Thi Thu Hang said on June 18.

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“The resumption of flights is implemented on the basis of complying with epidemic preventive measures. Experts and business managers of 3 countries will be taken priority to return to Vietnam. In contrast, Vietnamese trainees and workers can travel to those destinations”, Mrs. Hang noted.

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The Spokesperson of Vietnam's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Le Thi Thu Hang Photo: The gioi Vietnam

Previously, on June 10, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc required Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Health, and Transport to consider reoperating international flight routes, need to offer right management methods and not massively reopen, reported VNExpress. The National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention Control was asked to list safe travel zones which embrace countries and territories having gone through 30 days without reported infections, as well as instructed isolation for passengers upon entry.

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Today, the representative of Hanoi Railway Transport Joint Stock Company said that it will run many separate trains to transport nearly 1,000 Chinese experts and workers from Huu Nghi international border gate to Dung Quat industry zone, Quang Ngai. The first train departed on June 12, transporting 137 workers from Dong Dang station (Lang Son) to Quang Ngai station.

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Chinese workers entered Quang Ngai on June 12 Photo: VNExpress

Vietnam has suspended entry for all foreigners since March 22 to prevent the COVID-19 outbreak. Vietnam has gone 63 consecutive days without community infections. The total infections in the country have remained at 335, of which 195 were imported and quarantined upon arrival. Meanwhile, South Korea and Japan are severely affected by the COVID-19 epidemic but now, basically controlled. However, in China, a new COVID-19 cluster has been discovered in Beijing since early June, raising concerns about the second wave of outbreaks in the country.

The world has recorded nearly 8.4 million infectious cases and more than 450,000 deaths with some “hot spots” like South America and India.

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