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Quang Ninh to put over 400 South Koreans under quarantine

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HCMC – The government of Quang Ninh Province announced today, April 16, that it is working with the South Korean Embassy in Vietnam to put over 400 employees of South Korean firms under quarantine at a five-star hotel in Halong City upon their arrival at Van Don International Airport in late April.

The province has directed the police, the military, the Department of Health and the Department of External Relations to work with the South Korean Embassy to send these Koreans to FLC Grand Hotel Halong for a 14-day quarantine as a coronavirus containment measure.

The South Korean workers are required to show certificates indicating they are free of Covid-19, verified by the South Korean authorities, upon arrival in the country, the local media reported.

The South Korean side will cover all costs of transport and quarantine for the 400 employees, who are returning to work in Vietnam.

 

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