A corner of the Tan Cang Cai Lai Port in HCMC’s Thu Duc City. All visitors to the port must have negative Covid-19 test certificates - PHOTO: VNA
HCMC – The authorities of the ports in HCMC have asked all guests to produce proof of negative Covid-19 test results from July 29 upon entry.
Specifically, the negative test certificates of truck drivers and other guests coming to the Tan Cang Cat Lai Terminal and the Tan Cang Hiep Phuoc Port are valid for only three days after the date of testing, the local media reported.
According to the Saigon Newport Corporation, which manages the two ports, truck drivers and other visitors are also required to comply with anti-virus measures.
Similarly, Tan Son Nhat Cargo Services JSC has set out the same requirement. If not, visitors must show proof of Covid vaccination.
According to the HCMC government, essential product transport, import-export and logistics firms are still allowed to operate during the execution of the stay-at-home order. Their employees can still go out after 6 p.m. As from yesterday, the city government began banning all people from leaving home from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. until August 1, except for a few groups of people who serve the fight against Covid.
Meanwhile, express service provider DHL Express has announced a suspension of its delivery services to HCMC and the central and southern provinces from July 24 to August 4. However, it is continuing the transport of goods from these localities.