Vietnam is Controlling the Impact of the Coronavirus Outbreak


Posted April 29, 2020 by Vietnamfasttours

Vietnam Fast Tours is a leading travel agency that provides different tour packages to allow travellers to have their dream trip come true.
 
During this challenging time, Vietnam actively followed social distancing to control the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Relative to other Asian countries, Vietnam has significant achievements in terms of how the country dealt with the coronavirus outbreak. Initially, Vietnam had performed quite well in curing initial infected patients. It even managed to avoid new deaths until late last month. Vietnam Fast Tours also supports the Government of Vietnam in taking strict actions during this tough time.

On 1 February, Vietnam kicked off a series of initiatives to tackle the spread of COVID-19. It suspended all flights to and from China. It also decided to keep schools closed after the lunar New Year break. Two weeks later, a 21-day quarantine was imposed in VinhPhuc province, north of Hanoi. That decision was sparked by concerns over the health status of migrant workers returning from Wuhan, China, where the virus originated. Vietnam Fast Tours also encourage travellers to follow hygienic guidelines such as those listed by the World Health Organization for protection against the COVID-19.

In the last few months, the Vietnamese Government took several bold measures such as closing schools and universities, imposing fines on those who spread fake news on social media accounts and instituting a travel ban on those who have visited the affected areas. Vietnam Fast Tours completely stands with the Government and spreads positivity by following social distancing for fast recovery from this pandemic.

Vietnam's Government has closely monitored the new coronavirus outbreak since its start and has installed a series of proactive, comprehensive efforts to ensure the safety of its citizens and travellers. Vietnam's Ministry of Health has ordered all Vietnamese and foreigners in the country to wear face masks on flights, in airport terminals, and in crowded public places such as supermarkets, bus stations, and public transport vehicles to combat the spread of the virus.

Vietnam Fast Tours had informed that the COVID-19 epidemic caused severe damage to Vietnam's tourism. By taking strict actions as directed by the Vietnam government, experts say that Vietnam's tourism sector is likely to be one of the first to recover strongly after the pandemic is brought under control.

Also, they paid extra attention to the safety of their visitors and took urgent measures to prevent and minimize the risk of infection. Moreover, Vietnam Fast Tours supports the Vietnamese Government to fight the COVID-19 outbreak and actively promotes social distancing to keep the country safe and secure. Contact Vietnam Fast Tours to know more about Vietnam tourism.

About the company:

Vietnam Fast Tours is one of the leading and reliable local tour operators that offer private tailor-made tour packages to Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Burma, including classic tours, sightseeing tours, honeymoon tours, family holidays, and much more. As a local tour operator, Vietnam Fast Tours focus on matching your taste with a truly authentic and remarkable experience. Vietnam Fast Tours also offer other services such as Visa services (for Vietnam Only), Transportation, and Accommodation to make your journey more comfortable and memorable.

Contact Information:
Contact Person: Bui Thi Hai Van
Designation: Marketing Manager
Address – No 43, Lane 515, Hoang HoaTham Str., Ba DinhDist
City – Hanoi
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Country – Vietnam
Zip code/ PIN code – 100000
Phone Number – +84 246 664 1790
Company Email ID – [email protected]
Website: https://vietnamfasttours.com/
Working Hour: Mon – Fri: 8am – 5:30pm / Sat: 8am – 12pm
Establish year: 2019
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Contact Email [email protected]
Issued By Bui Thi Hai Van
Business Address No 43, Lane 515, Hoang Hoa Tham Str., Ba Dinh Dist
Country Vietnam
Categories Tourism
Last Updated April 29, 2020