Vinh International Airport. — Photo vov.vn
NGHỆ AN — From July 1, anyone flying into Vinh International Airport must present negative COVID-19 test results.
The People’s Committee of Vinh City in central Nghệ An Province announced the new guidelines on Tuesday.
Passengers must be tested three days before arriving at the airport and can be tested for COVID-19 by using the confirmatory RT-PCR method or rapid testing.
Those passengers who do not have test results must undergo rapid tests at the airport and cover the costs themselves.
The move was made as part of the city’s efforts to prevent further spreading of the COVID-19.
The city detected their first COVID-19 cases during the fourth wave on June 13 and it started to apply social distancing on June 19.
In another move, the health department of central Đà Nẵng City calls for all people who visited Thọ Quang Fish Port in Sơn Trà District from 10pm of June 23 to 2am of June 23 to contact their nearest medical establishments for health declarations.
Those who had had contact with five COVID-19 patients who had sold fish at Thọ Quang Fish Port during that time are also encouraged to contact local medical facilities for further instructions.
The five patients come from central Quảng Ngãi Province’s Đức Phổ District. — VNS