Can Chinese, Hong Kong and BNO citizens travel to Vietnam during a coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan?
Update 11 February, 2020.
Wuhan virus has not spread to more than 29 countries including Vietnam. Since the outbreak, 15 disease cases have been reported in Vietnam (updated 11 Feb 2020).
To prevent the virus from spreading further, from January 31, the Vietnamese government has decided to suspend issuing the visa to all people who will take flight directly from China Mainland or has been transited or visited in China Mainland within 14 days from the arrival date Vietnam.
THE VISA IS OK TO BE ISSUED IF YOUR FLIGHT IS TAKEN OFF FROM HONG KONG, MACAU OR OTHERS COUNTRIES (NOT FROM MAINLAND CHINA).
APPLY ONLINE HERE: https://www.vietnamimmigration.hk/visa-vietnam-application-form/
You are required to show the original itinerary flight to the officer for checking upon arrival.
Please note: Visas will be refused if you depart from Mainland China or have visited Mainland China within two weeks before the departure time.
Recently, many customers asked us: Do people in Hong Kong and Macau need to quarantine for 14 days when traveling to Vietnam?
– “There is no such requirement in Vietnam. If you have been to mainland China within two weeks before the departure time, you will be refused a visa. Others usually entered Vietnam without any impact.”
We will notify you immediately if there is any further information!
⚠️Notes: Just Vietnam landing Visa is OK for Chinese, Hong Kong and Macau citizen at present time. E-Visa is temporarily suspended.
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