Hanoi: Government leaders say Vietnam will soon open its border for international tourists to avoid the emergence of the Kovirus 19.



Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung stressed the importance of maintaining vigilance when he addressed the Cabinet on Wednesday evening on measures Prevent and control of germline 19.

With strict border closure since late March, Vietnam has eradicated the outbreak on its border as the country has passed 70 days without any new community infections, with the rise Occasionally, in the case of new imports, by return flights, to bring Vietnamese overseas.

To achieve the dual goals of protecting public health and promoting economic development after the outbreak of the disease 19, the government was prepared to allow the opening of the border, but there were restrictions for foreign investors and experts to enter Vietnam. And for Vietnamese workers who work abroad as much as possible.

Update: October