What you should do?
It’s been more than a year since COVID-19 totally changed our whole life. Facing many potential threats from the pandemic, we, however, are gradually adapting how to live with COVID-19 together. We found vaccine and carried out wide-spreading social vaccination, we started to re-open commercial flights with limited quantities, we went back to work and the daily life in new situation, and much more.
From now on, some may think about travelling, which is entirely invisible during the pandemic. Vietnam, one of the world’s best countries to control the virus expansion, have done well and has been praised by foreign communities, hence, is likely to be the foremost safe tourist destination after COVID-19. For those who are considering visiting Vietnam, especially Halong Bay in the upcoming future when the country is re-opening to international tourists, we are glad to give you helpful guidance for staying safe & healthy in Halong Bay after COVID-19.
Vaccination is the most highly-recommended way to prevent you from the virus, although it couldn’t be 100% effective. All in all, you should get fully vaccinated for COVID-19 before deciding to travel abroad. Before you go, get tested with a viral test 1-3 days prior to your trip.
- Health Declaration
If you’re eligible to enter Vietnam, you need to fill in a form of Health Declaration, which is officially issued by Vietnam’s Ministry of Health. This is important document as your given information is vital to allow Health Authorities contact you to prevent contagious diseases. Hence, declaring correct information is mandatory, if you want to protect yourself and others.
- Common acts keeping you safe
- COVID-19 has raised our highest aware of doing the best things to keep everyone safe, even if it would be controlled. Some of the main steps have become the must-do in every corner of all countries. And Halong Bay, Vietnam is not an exception. Visiting Halong Bay, you’d better follow required activities of local government such as:
- Wear a mask over your nose and mouth, especially when in public areas.
- Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly as it is a principal way to protect yourself against the coronavirus. When you can’t access warm water and soap, hand sanitizer is the next best option.
- Stay apart to others who did not travel with you when necessary.
In fact, there are alternatives or better ways of travel that helping you enjoy your trip in Halong Bay. Considering private trip with limited number of guests onboard or leisure cruises focusing on less-visited tourist sites to avoid crowds is not a bad idea. When the pandemic is past, we’ll seek quality over quantity as we could be still concerned about potential threats from virus especially when you’re not in your home-country, and want to protect our health as much as possible.
Travel will change after the COVID-19 pandemic, and our awareness of protecting ourselves will do as well. Hence, we’d better keep us in good health right from the most common acts. During the pandemic, you’re advised to delay or stop travelling and stay home even if you are vaccinated. After the pandemic, we all hope safe & healthy experiences before, during, and after the trip. Consciously remembering to do these above primary things enables you to enjoy your sublime Halong Bay journey. If you’re taking into consideration of which cruise suits you best, don’t hesitate to contact our expert team. We promisingly commit not only a safe & healthy outing but also fantastic cruise experience in the world-famous UNESCO Heritage Site of Vietnam when the pandemic’s gone.
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