Vietnam is resuming flights with six Asian countries, RIA Novosti reports with reference to the country's government.
From September 15, flights will resume between Vietnam and the cities of Tokyo (Japan), Guangzhou (China), Taipei (Taiwan), Seoul (South Korea), and from September 22 - flights with the cities of Phnom Penh (Cambodia) and Vientiane (Laos).
On each direction, no more than two flights per week are allowed. Only diplomats, persons with service passports and their family members will be able to fly on these flights. In addition, investors, business executives, modern technology specialists with families, and Vietnamese citizens who wish to return to their homeland from countries with which flights are resumed will be allowed on board.
To get on the flight, passengers will be required to present the airline with a medical certificate with a negative test result for coronavirus. All those who arrived in Vietnam will undergo a 14-day quarantine and take tests for coronavirus.
Earlier, the Civil Aviation Agency of Georgia decided to extend the ban on regular flights until October 31. On September 11, the Maldives tightened the requirements for tourists, now they are required to upload their coronavirus test results to the government portal no more than 24 hours before entry.