Instructions for operations have been implemented to ensure visitor safety in all aspects
According to Vietnam News, the renowned beach province of Bình Thuận is returning to welcome back tourists in the new normal period.
Temporary instructions for the operations of accommodations, sightseeing, and food services have been issued by the provincial Department of Culture, Sports, and Tourism.
Visitors must be fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19, while activities must follow safety requirements to operate.
All facilities are to organise COVID-19 testing for guests on the first and seventh day of arrival, including arranging dining and entertainment activities with safety.
Managers and employees who come into direct contact with tourists must also be fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19. To get ready for the situation where employees become ill, at least one isolation room and open waiting room must be prepared along with personal protective equipment.
Additionally, workers in other parts of the facility must be vaccinated with at least one dose, while unvaccinated workers can work from home.
In addition to tourism services, Bình Thuận province allows weddings and other types of activities if establishments meet all safety requirements.
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