Traveling to Da Nang during the Covid-19 pandemic

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Danang applies measures to ensure people’s & traveler’s safety and security.

The central city of Danang has been implementing a program to ensure safety for all local residents and travelers in the context that the city has also been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. People who are planning to travel to Vietnam should be aware of the latest restrictions currently in place:

Click here to learn about the travel requirements and on how to travel to Vietnam during Covid-19.

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Vietnam is ready to welcome back foreign tourists from March 15th 2022.

Update – February 2022

Almost two years after the border has been shut down in Vietnam, the tourism sector in Danang and in other cities is ready to welcome back foreign tourists from the month of March.

In an effort to accelerate economic recovery and revive the tourism sector, the Vietnamese Government has decided to fully reopen its borders to foreign tourists from March 15 2022. This is about three months earlier than previously planned. Domestic airlines will be allowed to resume regular international flights.

We recommend tourists to always check on the latest news and status before planning their trip to Da Nang.

Covid-19 Measures
Restrictions on flight frequency, quarantine and testing requirements were abolished or loosened. Tourists now only need to have a certificate showing a negative COVID-19 test result (test taken within 24 hours prior to arrival in case of rapid test, or 72 hours in case of RT-PCR test).

This updated policy is in line with other Southeast Asian countries that are planning to fully reopen their borders to international tourists from 2022.


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Most recent updates for tourists and international travelers – 2022

Click here to see the most recent updates for tourists and international travelers according to the latest guidance of relevant ministries and agencies.

Previous updates – December 2021

Vietnam has suspended the entry of all foreigners since March 22, 2020. The measure does not apply to diplomats, officials, foreign investors, experts, and skilled workers.

Vietnam is allowing fully vaccinated foreign tourists in a three-phase plan that begun in November 2021 at specific locations in Danang. The second phase would begin in January 2022 and with a full reopening to international tourists expected sometime in June or July 2022.

Tourists on packaged tours have been able to travel to Danang since November 2021.

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With its experience in Covid-19 prevention and control since 2019, Da Nang city has proactively adjusted its pandemic responding policies so as to timely address arising difficulties and obstacles in taking care of the daily life for local residents and to ensure safe travel.

The timely measures and orientations, in combination with the determination and high sense of mutual support of the local community, have helped stabilise the Covid-19 situation in the city. Therefore and overall, with efforts to overcome all difficulties and challenges, Danang has managed to reap good results in controlling the pandemic and boosting socio-economic development at the same time.

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Information about Covid-19 Measures & Regulations for Tourists traveling to Danang.

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Requirements for International Travelers

Click here to see the most recent updates for international travelers according to the latest guidance.

For December 2021For organized travel tours

  1. Have a certificate of vaccination against COVID-19 recognized by a competent authority in Vietnam (not applicable to children under 12 years of age accompanied by parents or guardians).
  2. The vaccination against COVID-19 of the 2nd dose or the 1st dose must be after 14 days and within 12 months till the day of departure. Danang travel covid-19
    Or have a certificate of recovery from COVID-19 within 6 months till the day of departure.
  3. Have a negative result for SARS-CoV-2 test by RT-PCR/RT-LAMP method, valid within 72 hours before departure and certified by the competent authority of the country performing the test.
  4. Have medical or travel insurance that covers COVID-19 treatment with a minimum liability of $50,000.
  5. Commit to participating in the licensed package tour program; not leaving the hotel premises, accommodation or attractions while participating in a self-contained package tour program. In special cases, the local competent authority shall make decisions.
  6. Complying with regulations on epidemic prevention and control; quarantine, test, medical intervention measures according to regulations of the Government of Vietnam, if the tourists are confirmed to be infected with COVID-19 or related to a patient with COVID-19; as well as complying other relevant regulations in the process of participating in travel programs in Viet Nam. Danang travel covid-19.
  7. Be responsible for all expenses when traveling in Danang, Vietnam including the cost of COVID-19 treatment (if needed) and isolation.
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How to plan your trip to Danang during Covid-19 in 2021

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Precautions Travelers should take during their trip in Vietnam.

All visitors in Vietnam are encouraged to take precautions against COVID-19 during their trip. The basic practices below have been outlined by The World Health Organization in order to keep people safe:

  1. Avoid travelling if you have a fever and cough. If you have fever, cough, and difficulty breathing, alert health care services and share with them your recent travel history.

2. Wear a Mask and Maintain social distancing. Stay a metre or more away from others, especially those who are sneezing or coughing, or have fever.

3. Wash your hands regularly with soap and running water. You can also use an alcohol-based hand-sanitizer to spray your hands as often as you like. Danang travel covid-19.

4. Cover your mouth and nose with tissue when you cough or sneeze. Dispose of dirty tissues immediately and wash your hands after coughing or sneezing.

5. Avoid contact with live animals. Wash your hands with soap and water if you touch live animals or animal products in markets.

6. Eat only well-cooked food. Make sure your meals especially animal proteins and dairy products are thoroughly cooked and prepared in a sanitary environment.

7. Discard single-use masks. If you choose to wear a single-use mask, ensure it covers your nose and mouth, avoid touching the mask, and wash your hands after removing it.

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