Vietnam will temporarily suspend visa-free travel for citizens of Japan, Belarus and Russia from tomorrow as its ministry of health reported nine more coronavirus cases today, bringing total in the country to 85.
The foreign ministry had already suspended visa waivers for nine European countries and South Korea. Visitors from the United States, Europe and Asean countries will be immediately transported to repurposed military camps for 14 days quarantine.
Weeks after Vietnam declared that all 16 of its coronavirus cases had recovered, the number of infected patients is rising once again due to infected people arriving from overseas. So far, no deaths have been reported in Vietnam.
Vietnam has a free trade agreement with Russia and Belarus, while Japan is the second largest source of foreign investment in the country.