vernment has issued e-visa to citizens from 80 countries since July 1 this year, according to its latest Resolution No. 79/NQ-CP. Visitors with e-visas can enter Viet Nam at eight international airports, or arrive via land at 16 international border gates and via sea at 13 ports across the country.
The Standing Committee of the National Assembly (NA) has approved the government’s proposal to raise the personal income tax threshold from VND9 million (US$389) per month to VND11 million (US$475), according to Nguyen Truong Giang, deputy chairman of the NA’s Legal Committee and deputy general secretary of the NA.
The Immigration Department announced on Monday all stay permits for these people will be automatically extended and do not need to be renewed.
Competent authorities are required to continue strict entry control and quarantine regulations to deter community transission. Foreign investors, experts, skilled workers, business managers, officials, and Vietnamese students learing aborad are allowed to enter the nation but they must comply with the nation’s quarantine regulations.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has allowed the re-opening of auxiliary border gates and border crossings to resume trading activities between Vietnam and China, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
The municipal authority of Hà Nội has agreed to further relax social distancing restrictions on public transport, including on planes, trains, buses and boats, after 25 days of no community transmission cases of COVID-19 reported in Việt Nam.
Vietnam’s Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has allowed the reopening of non-essential businesses as the country has recorded no novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) case in the community for three weeks.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Transport has removed all regulations regarding social distancing on buses, taxis, long-haul coaches, trains, boats, and aircraft that had previously been enforced to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).