Almost all countries in Asia have maintained a balance between Low-Moderate-Strict Entry Requirements with the same normal rules that all travelers need to follow, such as fully vaccinated travelers, proof of a negative RT-PCR test result for COVID-19 issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure, and still having quarantine rules to follow. But beginning in March, many countries will relax some travel restrictions, signaling to the trade industry that it is time to re-plan your trip to the trade show in 2022.
Update: Vietnam Travel Restrictions
Vietnam's tourism ministry proposed that the country be fully reopened to foreign visitors and that nearly all travel restrictions be lifted from March 15, three months earlier than planned. The proposal includes maintaining a one-day quarantine requirement for visitors plus requiring negative COVID-19 tests before departure and upon arrival. The ministries proposed that the government resume the unilateral visa exemption policy for 13 countries and the bilateral visa exemption for 88 countries and territories, as it had been prior to the pandemic.
The 8th edition of ILDEX Vietnam is thus scheduled for August 3-5, 2022, at Hall A1, SECC, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, organized by VNU Asia Pacific and VEAS, the local organizer.
Update: Indonesia Travel restrictions
In April, Indonesia is considering lifting all quarantine requirements for inbound travelers, as COVID-19 hospitalizations and fatality rates remain under control despite a resurgence in cases. In the meantime, the required quarantine period for incoming travelers who have received a third dose of vaccines is reduced to 3- days from 5-days, according to Luhut Panjaitan, the cabinet minister in charge of the pandemic response in Java and Bali, in his weekly briefing. Also, the PCR testing requirements will remain in place for those arriving travelers.
The 5th edition of ILDEX Indonesia is scheduled for November 9-11, 2022, at the ICE, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Hind Poultry will continue to update opening of the boarders across the globe whereever poultry and livestock exhibitions will take place.
Post Date: 26 Feb 2022