In the last few days, the number of new COVID-19 cases reported in Vietnam per day has slowed down dramatically. On September 2, there were only 2 cases while no new cases have been recorded on September 3. Vietnam has, again, implemented strict and prompt actions to fight against the second waves of COVID-19 and now it is under controlled.
Vietnam is working on a plan to resume international flights to 6 countries from September 15 with all passengers quarantined for 14 days upon arrival in the country. These countries are Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, China, Cambodia and Laos.
Vietnam has also lifted the 14-day quarantine for foreign experts, investors, managers, and diplomats entering the country for less than 14 days. However, they must strictly comply with regulations on COVID-19 prevention.
Thailand has reported zero locally-transmitted Covid-19 cases for 100 days in a row since May 26 thanks to its tough policies of closing borders to foreigners for months.
Thai government is planning to grant long-stay visas to foreigners who want to stay in Thailand for up to nine months from this winter. Upon arrival, these long-term visitors must follow mandatory 14-day quarantine and frequent virus tests in of Phuket. After three weeks on the island and negative test results, they would be free to travel to other regions of the country.
Cambodian authorities haven’t issued any new policies for foreign tourists since June. The proof of $50,000 worth of health insurance is still required. However, the government is reconsidering the $3,000 deposit on arrival. Business sectors in Cambodia are operating as normal with safety precautions. Domestic flight routes between Siem Reap and Phnom Penh have been resumed and international routes to Vietnam and Laos are on the plan.
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