Deputy Health Minister Nguyen Truong Son (third from right) presides a telemedicine consultation to discuss the condition and treatment of a British pilot who is Vietnam’s sickest coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patient, May 29, 2020. Photo: Thuy Anh / Tuoi Tre Deputy Health Minister Nguyen Truong Son agreed with the suggestions, adding that doctors should also carefully […]
Int’l flight crew, students, experts entering Vietnam should be strictly monitored: experts The Saigon Times Saturday, May 30, 2020,09:17 (GMT+7) Int’l flight crew, students, experts entering Vietnam should be strictly monitored: experts
According to the statistics of the Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam (CAAV), from April 19 to May 18, airlines in Viet Nam served over 8,600 flights on domestic routes. That number of flights rose nearly double compared month on month and Vietjet has resumed all of its domestic routes at full capacity.
“Returning to the sky with these beloved jets, I am delighted to fly people again throughout the country. The pandemic has been contained in Viet Nam and many other countries will soon be pandemic-free, too. Step by step, I believe that the aviation industry will strongly recover,” she said.
“With the form, railway sector can replace all out-of-date carriages, and the more important thing is that it will help improve the sector’s quality because it can learn from experience and access modern technology,” said Minh. — VNS
Vo Thi Phuong Mai, deputy director and head of retail services of CBRE Viet Nam, said the COVID-19 pandemic had negatively impacted direct visitor traffic but creating many opportunities for small and medium-sized models such as convenience stores, pharmacies and especially e-commerce.
Accordingly, airports need to comply with regulations on ensuring exploitation safety of flights during the Covid-19 pandemic phase. Airports, serving international passenger flights and special flights carrying Vietnamese citizens from abroad namely Tan Son Nhat, Noi Bai, Can Tho, Da Nang, Cam Ranh, etc need to implement and maintain plans and procedures for cross-infection prevention […]