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Vietnam lifts testing requirements for all travellers

Vietnam has just removed its Covid testing requirement for all travellers. Effective May 15, any visitor that is entering Vietnam is no longer required to take a pre-departure Covid-19 PCR test or Rapid Antigen test prior to their arrival.

Travellers only need to obtain a visa prior to traveling – or alternatively enter visa-free – if they hold a passport which allows them to do so.

Two months ago we reported that Vietnam had reopened for tourism purposes once again – with the country in fact going from being one of the strictest countries for international visitors to be able to enter in Southeast Asia, to becoming the easiest.


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