Foreign Ministry: Vietjet Air brings home 230 Vietnamese citizens from Taiwan (China)

Update: 09:23 | 28/10/2020
As many as 230 Vietnamese citizens from Taiwan (China) were repatriated home safely on October 27 on a flight conducted by budget Vietjet Air in coordination with Vietnamese and Taiwanese competent agencies and the Vietnam Economic-Cultural Office in Taipei.
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Vietnamese and Taiwanese competent agencies, the Vietnam Economic-Cultural Office in Taipei have coordinated with Vietjet Air to bring as many as 230 Vietnamese citizens from Taiwan (China) home safely on October 27.

Passengers on board are mostly the elderly, pregnant women, workers with expired labour contracts, those suffering from underlying diseases, students who concluded their curricula, travelers and other especially disadvantaged cases.

The Vietnam Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei sent officials to the airport to assist the citizens with necessary procedures before they boarded the aircraft.

Security, safety and hygiene measures were strictly implemented during the flight to protect their health and prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Upon landing at Can Tho International Airport in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho, those on board received health check-ups and were sent to concentrated quarantine facilities in line with regulations regarding COVID-19 prevention and control.

There will be more repatriation flights in the coming time to bring home Vietnamese citizens with disadvantaged circumstances, depending on their need and the country’s quarantine capacity.

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(Source: VNA)