Kin Giang, Vietnam (VNA) – The Kin Giang Provincial People’s Committee has prepared a plan to restore the local tourism industry after welcoming international visitors to the island Phu QuocOn the basis of ensuring the absolute safety of people.
As planned, the trial plan will start from October 2021 for a period of six months.
There is a specific goal to vaccinate at least 95 percent of eligible people in Phu Quoc City, in order to proactively prevent and control the epidemic, said Nguyen Lu Trong, deputy head of the Kin Jiang Provincial People’s Committee.
Currently, Phu Quoc has more than 150 thousand permanent residents. It is expected to inject approximately 130,000 people (from 18 to 65 years old), of whom about 60,000 are employees and employees of the tourism industry.
Meanwhile, the Provincial Tourism Ministry required visitors to obtain vaccine passports, install the Bluezone and NCOVI apps, scan the QR code for the medical statement, and obtain a negative proof certificate from COVID-19, did not issue more than 72 hours before boarding Kien Giang.
Specifically, in the first three months of reopening, Phu Quoc will receive between two and three thousand tourists per month through charter flights and will be served in limited areas. In the next three months, it will rise from 5,000 to 10,000 guests per month after expanding commercial flights and service locations. /.
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