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Friday, July 1, 2022
Tags: SARS-CoV-2
Vietnam temporarily stops health declaration for arrivals from April 27 Vietnam temporarily stops health declaration for arrivals from April 27
Arrivals entering Vietnam via all border gates will no longer have to fill and submit health declaration forms from April 27, the Ministry of Health has announced on April 27.
Ministry sets specific requirements for international visitors entering Vietnam Ministry sets specific requirements for international visitors entering Vietnam
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has adopted a plan to reopen the tourism sector in the new normal.
Vietnam drops COVID-19 vaccine certificates quarantine requirements for foreign arrivals Vietnam drops COVID-19 vaccine certificates, quarantine requirements for foreign arrivals
The Ministry of Health has officially issued the long-awaited COVID-19 protocols for foreign arrivals in Vietnam.
Visitors to Vietnam dont need to show COVID-19 vaccination recovery certificates: MoH proposes Visitors to Vietnam don’t need to show COVID-19 vaccination, recovery certificates: MoH proposes
The Ministry of Health is proposing that people can enter Vietnam without certificates of COVID-19 vaccination or recovery but need to implement anti-pandemic measures.
Seven countries and territories agree to reopen flights with Vietnam Seven countries and territories agree to reopen flights with Vietnam
Seven countries and territories, including the United States, Japan, Singapore, Cambodia, South Korea and China’s Taiwan, have agreed to resume air routes to Vietnam, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam.
Insights into citizens feedback and preference suggest ways for the Government to address the COVID-19 pandemic Insights into citizens’ feedback and preference suggest ways for the Government to address the COVID-19 pandemic
Evidence from the decade-long Vietnam Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index with survey findings in 2020 reveals that improved governance and responsiveness of central and local governments contributed to the country’s effective responses to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Pandemic prevention and control policies must be unified nationwide: PM Pandemic prevention and control policies must be unified nationwide: PM
Pandemic prevention and control policies must be unified nationwide, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh told an online conference with the Steering Committees for COVID-19 Prevention and Control of 63 provinces and cities on October 17.
Vietnam to master production technology of 10 types of human vaccines by 2025 Vietnam to master production technology of 10 types of human vaccines by 2025
Vietnam is set to master the production technology of 10 types of vaccines used for humans and be capable of producing at least three by 2025, according to a national sci-tech program on human vaccine production research by 2030, recently approved by Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam.
Vietnam cuts quarantine for fully vaccinated arrivals to 7 days: Health ministry Vietnam cuts quarantine for fully vaccinated arrivals to 7 days: Health ministry
Fully vaccinated arrivals to Vietnam with negative COVID-19 tests will only have to undergo seven days of centralized quarantine and another seven days for medical observation, according to a new instruction from the health ministry.
Freedom of movement in Vietnam in the context of COVID-19 pandemic Freedom of movement in Vietnam in the context of COVID-19 pandemic
Freedom of movement is among the fundamental rights under the 1966 International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) to which Vietnam has been a member state since 1982. Freedom of movement not only creates the premise for an individual to enjoy civil, political, and other economic, social and cultural rights, but also as a condition to promote the development of the economy and society of countries. Nonetheless, the right to freedom of movement is not absolute and can be subjected to restrictions in certain circumstances. The following article examines the regulations on restrictions on freedom of movement following the ICCPR and Vietnam’s law, and evaluates the practical implementation as well as the shortcomings of the restrictions amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

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