Accordingly, Vietnam will reopen four air routes to Guangzhou (China), Taiwan (China), Seoul (the Republic of Korea), and Tokyo (Japan) from September 15 and to Phnom Penh (Cambodia) and Vientiane (Laos) from September 22.
It is expected that 5000 passengers will arrived in Vietnam each week including 2200 in Hanoi, 2450 in Ho Chi Minh City and 400 in Can Tho Province.
The Ministry of Health and Ministry of Transport were asked to publicise quarantine regulations for arrivals and the list of real-time PCR laboratory approved by the government. The prime minister also agreed to extend paid quarantine centres and asked the Ministry of Public Security and local authorities to ensure order at the quarantine areas.
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