Vietnam is now slowly opening its borders but only to travelers who can help mitigate the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. And in order to prevent another wave of the pandemic, Vietnamese authorities will only permit the entry of foreigners coming from countries with low infection rates, such as China.

When the Covid-19 outbreak started, Vietnam immediately closed its borders to prevent the virus from further spreading into the country. Things are slowly going back to normal now but Vietnam is careful enough not to allow another wave of the outbreak to take place.

Vietnam shares a close trade relationship with Taiwan. In 2019, the bilateral trade between the two countries reached US$16 billion and this keeps on increasing year by year.

Traveling to Vietnam these days can be complicated. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there are several requirements and health protocols that visitors must follow before they can be allowed entry into the country.

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