United States: Department of State International Travel Information
Global Health Advisory: Do Not Travel. Avoid all international travel due to the global impact of COVID-19.
Exercise normal precautions in Vietnam.
Read the Safety and Security section on the country information page.
If you decide to travel to Vietnam:
Australia: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Travel Advice
Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade does not issue travel warnings for specific countries, but issues travel advice for every country. The information below is excerpted from its summary assessments of Vietnam
Current as of: 1 June 2020
Last Reviewed: 30 April 2020
Latest Advice: Do not travel to Vietnam.
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There is aÂ ban on overseas travel from Australia. It's administered by the Department of Home Affairs. You canâ€™t leave Australia unless youÂ seek an exemption from Home Affairs.
If youâ€™re trying to get home, and can still book commercial flights, do so as soon as possible.Â
If you're staying where you are, make plans to remain for an extended period.Â Ensure you have a safe place to stay, follow the advice of local authorities and minimise your risk of exposure to COVID-19. Stay in touch with family and friends so they know you're safe.
Our network of embassies and consular posts around the world will provide you with up to date local advice and support throughout this difficult period. We also encourage you to subscribe to Smartraveller for the latest advice.
For more information see our Coronavirus (COVID-19)Â â€“ information for Australian travellers page.
For information on the travel ban, please contact the Department of Home Affairs.
The above information has been excerpted from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's Smartraveller website was last updated by World Trade Press on Monday June 1st, 2020. Addtional information is available at http://www.smartraveller.gov.au
United Kingdom: Foreign and Commonwealth Office Foreign Travel Advice
Still current at:
1 June 2020
21 May 2020
Addition to information and advice on flights (â€˜Return to the UKâ€™ page)
Coronavirus (COVID-19): stay up to date
- Find out how to return to the UK from Vietnam
- See information on how to stay safely as a visitor if you cannot return
- See coronavirus travel advice for guidance on international travel
Sign up for email alerts for Vietnam travel advice
If you are visiting Vietnam and intend to return to the UK, you are strongly advised to return now by commercial means. There are a limited number of flights via Incheon, South Korea. See Return to the UK
If youâ€™re visiting Vietnam and are unable to return to the UK, see Staying during coronavirus
Vietnamese authorities have stopped the entry in to the country of almost all visitors. See Entry requirements
The Embassy and Consulate General remain open and are undertaking the full range of tasks.
High levels of air pollution, up to and including hazardous levels, occur in Vietnam particularly in the biggest cities and may aggravate heart, lung or respiratory conditions. See Health
Most visits to Vietnam are trouble-free, but you should take sensible precautions to protect yourself and your belongings in big cities and tourist areas. See Crime
Travelling by motorbikes in Vietnam carries significant risk. There are frequent road traffic accidents and fatal crashes. Before choosing to ride a motorbike in Vietnam, it is essential that youâ€™re an experienced motorbike rider, have a good quality motorbike helmet, have the correct licence(s), understand the roads on which you plan to travel and that your travel insurance covers your planned activity. See Road travel
Although thereâ€™s no recent history of terrorism in Vietnam, attacks canâ€™t be ruled out. See Terrorism
Vietnamese law requires everyone to carry photographic ID at all times. See Local laws and customs
UK health authorities have classified Vietnam as having a risk of Zika virus transmission. For information and advice about the risks associated with Zika virus, visit the National Travel Health Network and Centre website.
You can contact the emergency services by calling 113 (police), 115 (ambulance) or 114 (fire).
If youâ€™re abroad and you need emergency help from the UK government, contact the nearest British embassy, consulate or high commission.
The Overseas Business Risk service offers information and advice for British companies operating overseas on how to manage political, economic, and business security-related risks.
Take out comprehensive travel and medical insurance before you travel.
The above information has been excerpted from the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office's "Foreign Travel Advice" website and was last updated by World Trade Press on Monday, 1st June, 2020. Addtional information is available at https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice