Updated: July 2022
REOPENING OF THE BORDERS:
Vietnam fully reopens its borders to foreign travelers without quarantine.
From 15th May 2022, Vietnam has lifted pre-entry COVID-19 testing requirements for all foreign arrivals entering the country.
Updated entry conditions include:
✓ A valid Passport & an e-Visa (via Click Here) if needed.
✓ Install the PC-COVID mobile application for health monitoring during the trip.
✓ A medical insurance with a minimum coverage of $10,000 (around EUR 9,500) (it is recommended, but not required).
✓ No quarantine – but travelers are required to self-monitor for the first 10 days after arrival and notify a medical staff if they have symptoms of COVID-19.
The above conditions apply to all entries into Vietnam: by air, sea, and land.
VISA conditions include:
The Vietnamese government announced the restoration of visa exemption (15 days) for arrivals from the following 13 countries and territories:
Belarus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
Citizens of these 13 countries are exempt from visas when entering Vietnam with a temporary stay of 15 days, no matter the passport type and entry purpose.
However, citizens from the list of 80 eligible countries in Vietnam have to apply for an e-Visa.
For more information about the conditions to enter Vietnam, flights, and reservations, please feel free to contact us.
Around 80.7% of the country’s population is fully vaccinated, and around 63.8% has received a 3rd dose (booster).