Hanoi – China, Guangzhou and Taiwan, Seoul and Tokyo, along with Laos and Cambodia, are among Vietnam's potential international routes considering reopening after months of closure due to the disaster Ivory-19 virus.



According to Vietnam News on June 11, 2020, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has tasked the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Transport to consider "opening international flights soon" to destinations. Some based on safety criteria as well as political and diplomatic importance, but warned that reopening must be completed carefully.

The directions outlined above are Vietnam's key partners and have recorded positive progress in preventing the spread of the epidemic.

This is part of an official announcement released yesterday by the Government Office following a cabinet meeting with the National Committee for Control and Defense on HIV Prevention 19 on Tuesday, chaired by the director. Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc: Resolution: October