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On February 5, 2020, the Government Office issued Official Letter No. 808 / VPCP-KTTH announcing the Prime Minister’s directing opinion on the implementation of import, export and transportation of goods across borders to control disease in the current period.
In the plan to implement solutions to prevent new disease caused by new type of coronavirus (nCoV), while ensuring the activities of import, export and cross-border transportation of goods are normal, The Government Office informed the Ministries and localities about the implementation of the Prime Minister.
Accordingly, the import, export and transport of goods across borders continue to comply with regulations; to ensure that epidemic prevention and control do not disrupt production and business activities of enterprises. For operators of transporting goods (without passengers) across the border from epidemic areas, which are allowed to enter and exit but must be strictly supervised by health, measures must be taken to prevent epidemics. In addition, these people are only allowed to go to the place of delivery and receipt of goods, to the point of isolation at the border gate area, not allowed to go deep into the inland.
In order to ensure the maximum effectiveness of the epidemic prevention and control activities, other economic activities must be ensured normally, especially the import and export of goods. On the basis of the Prime Minister’s directing opinions, agencies such as the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Ministry of Health, Foreign Affairs, Police, National Defense, Transport, Finance and the People’s Committees of provinces and cities must instruction and direct implementation in the country in general and in particular in the locality. At the same time, coordinate with customs authorities and authorities at the border to closely supervise import and export activities.
Thus, in the context of the new disease caused by the coronavirus, the country has intensified the application of optimal measures to eliminate risks of disease transmission, the cross-border import-export activities continue. This procedure must be carried out in accordance with regulations, but must ensure safety and limit the spread of infection. This is a necessary and very important measure to minimize the spread and generation of viruses while facilitating the normal business operation of the enterprise