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Some 1,700 visitors register to leave Danang, accept quarantine requirements

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DANANG – Some 961 visitors stranded in Danang City have registered to leave for Hanoi so far, while 734 others want to go to HCMC.

These tourists have to pay for their own airfares and spend 14 days in quarantine in accordance with the current regulations. The city supports bringing them to the airport.

“Currently, we are continuing to look for those who are stranded in Danang City,” Nguyen Xuan Binh, deputy director of Danang City Tourism Department, told The Saigon Times today, August 6.

The department will arrange flights to take all passengers to Hanoi and HCMC and ensure their safety.

According to Binh, the move is in response to the Prime Minister’s prior instruction over transporting guests stranded in Danang City to their hometowns.

In order to ascertain the specific number of people who want to leave Danang, the Danang Tourist Support Center had posted information through various channels calling for registration.

By Nhan Tam

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