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Israel, Australia relax epidemic prevention measures, Vietnam epidemic hits record high

Israel, Australia relax epidemic prevention measures, Vietnam epidemic hits record high
Israel, Australia relax epidemic prevention measures, Vietnam epidemic hits record high

        Israeli authorities recently announced that they will allow entry of unvaccinated travelers from March as the latest wave of the epidemic slows. Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said foreign travelers, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, must undergo PCR testing before takeoff and after landing. The rule came into effect on March 1.
        After nearly two years of lockdown in Australia, the country has reopened the country for travelers who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 since the 21st of this month. Tourists are visiting again, and hundreds of Australians stranded abroad have been able to return home to reunite with family and friends. According to regulations, passengers who have been fully vaccinated do not need to be quarantined after entering the country, and those who have not received 2 doses of the vaccine must provide relevant exemption certificates before entering, and must meet the isolation and quarantine requirements of each state or territory.
        Vietnam's Ministry of Health reported on the 21st that 47,200 new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed, of which 8 were imported cases. The number of newly diagnosed cases in Vietnam in a single day has continued to rise since the Lunar New Year, and on the 21st it set a new record since the outbreak of the epidemic.

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