Vietnam News Today (November 29): Vietnam Attends Opening of 143 IPU General Assembly

Vietnam News Today (November 29): Vietnam Attends Opening of 143 IPU General Assembly

Vietnam News Today (November 29): Vietnam records 12,928 new local Covid cases; Vietnam attends opening of 143 IPU General Assembly; Vietnam mulls Covid-19 travel ban for southern Africa; Ambassador: Vietnam-Russia ties loyal, close.
First International Tourists Touch Down in Vietnam After Nearly 20 Months of Travel Ban

First International Tourists Touch Down in Vietnam After Nearly 20 Months of Travel Ban

A Vietnam Airlines flight departing from the Republic of Korea (RoK) landed at Da Nang International Airport on November 17, bringing nearly 30 foreign tourists to local destinations under a pilot programme to welcome back foreign travelers after a hiatus caused by COVID-19
Phillipines temporarily bans US travelers due to threat of the new COVID variant

Phillipines temporarily bans US travelers due to threat of the new COVID variant

Due to the threat of the new coronavirus variant that was detected in Florida, the Philippines will temporarily ban foreign travelers from United State starting January 3.
5 most unique travel trends hit in 2020 amid Covid-19 pandemic

5 most unique travel trends hit in 2020 amid Covid-19 pandemic

People all know the world of travel and digital is constantly changing. Here are 5 most unique travel trend only hit in 2020 amid Covid-19 pandemic.
Japan to remove travel ban for 12 countries including Vietnam next month

Japan to remove travel ban for 12 countries including Vietnam next month

Japan is planning to remove travel ban for 12 countries including Vietnam next month, according to Yomiuri newspaper.
Japan to ease travel ban on Vietnam this month

Japan to ease travel ban on Vietnam this month

Japan will introduce the “Residence Track” which will allow the resumption of travel between the two countries as early as late July.
US considers travel ban on millions of Chinese Communist Party members

US considers travel ban on millions of Chinese Communist Party members

The Trump administration is reportedly weighing imposing a travel ban on Chinese Communist party members and their family, with President Donald Trump saying further sanctions were possible and Beijing vowing retaliation.
White House bans travel to the U.S. from Brazil while Rio de Janeiro plans to reopen its trade activities

White House bans travel to the U.S. from Brazil while Rio de Janeiro plans to reopen its trade activities

The White House has announced a ban on travel to the U.S. from Brazil due to the spread of coronavirus in Latin America’s hardest-hit country. The proclamation bans entry for anyone who has been in Brazil in the last 14 days while Brazil also published an extra edition of the Federal Gazette restricting the entry of foreigners into Brazil for 30 days. 
Donald Trump mulls travel ban on Brazil as it emerges the latest Covid-19 hotspot

Donald Trump mulls travel ban on Brazil as it emerges the latest Covid-19 hotspot

The US President Donald Trump has pondered imposing a travel ban on Brazil as the Latin American country’s daily death toll from the new coronavirus jumped to a world-third highest number earlier this week. 
No travel ban during national social distancing in Vietnam

No travel ban during national social distancing in Vietnam

Traveling from place to place in Vietnam, including transport activities and goods manufacturing for domestic use and export, is still permitted as the government-newly-imposed isolation period does not mean “lockdown”, Minister and Head of the Government’s Office Mai Tien Dung has affirmed.
COVID-19 travel bans trap South Koreans abroad

COVID-19 travel bans trap South Koreans abroad

The honeymoons of 34 South Korean newly-weds on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius turned into a holiday from hell after they were rounded up and held in isolation by authorities due to fears over the coronavirus, according to Seoul officials.    
COVID-19: No ban on flights to RoK, Japan

COVID-19: No ban on flights to RoK, Japan

The Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam (CAAV) has imposed no ban on flights to the Republic of Korea (RoK) and Japan during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, CAAV Director General Dinh Viet Thang has said.
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VUFO Grants Highest Medal for Chilean Ambassador to Vietnam Focus

VUFO Grants Highest Medal for Chilean Ambassador to Vietnam

Ambassador Nguyen Phuong Nga, President of the Viet Nam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO) granted a "For peace and friendship among nations" medal to Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Chile to Vietnam Patricio Becker on Dec. 2, in Hanoi. The medal honors Becker's contributions to consolidating and promoting Vietnam - Chile's bilateral relations.
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