Embassy helps Vietnamese in Germany overcome COVID-19 pandemic

Update: 17:52 | 08/04/2020
The Vietnamese Embassy in Germany will assist the nearly 180,000 Vietnamese people living, working, and studying in the country in overcoming difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Ambassador Nguyen Minh Vu said on April 7.
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Ambassador Vu called on the Vietnamese community to continue following regulations and warnings from the German Government and strengthen solidarity to overcome the crisis.

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A man wears a facemask while shopping in Berlin on March 18th. (Photo: DPA)

He hopes that associations and businesses will continue to publicize the regulations the German Government has introduced. He reminded people that those exhibiting symptoms like high fever or shortness of breath should promptly visit a hospital for treatment.The embassy had prepared a series of events to celebrate the 45th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Vietnam and Germany, he explained, but the pandemic has forced the cancellation of all large gatherings.

The embassy has regularly updated information from the German and Vietnamese Governments, especially regarding entry-exit regulations, on the websites of the embassy and the Consulate General.

Since Germany and the EU are tightening border controls and many airlines have canceled flights, the embassy has supported Vietnamese citizens seeking to return home. No Vietnamese citizens have been stranded at German airports, he added.

For further assistance, citizens could contact the Vietnamese Embassy in Germany at Elsenstrasse 03, 12435 Berlin – Treptow.

Tel: +49 30 5363 0108, +49 17 1838 7246; Fax: +49 30 5363 0200

E-mail: sqvnberlin@t-online.de; vnemb.de@mofa.gov.vn

Or call the citizen protection hotline of the Foreign Ministry’s Consular Department at +84 981 84 84 84.

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(Source: VNA)