As we are in this current pandemic of COVID-19 together, we continue to put the safety and well-being of our employees, our local florists, and our customers as our top priority. We are in frequent contact with our local florists in our network to make sure all the employees practice responsible sanitation and hand-washing according to the World Health Organization’s guidance..
During this unpreceded time, we continue to do our best to support you express, connect and celebrate with the important people in your life. Viet-flowers.com is accepting flower delivery orders to Saigon, Ha Noi and most major cities in Vietnam as usual. However, deliveries to public building addresses such as hospitals and schools in Vietnam are temporarily suspended due to safety restrictions due to the evolving pandemic. We are monitoring all the evolving rules and regulations in Vietnam closely and will be in touch with you if we cannot deliver your gift to the specifying address. If for any reason that we cannot deliver your floral gift, we will issue you a full refund on your order.
If you should have questions related to our flower delivery services to any location in Vietnam, please visit our website FAQs Page for any additional questions, or you can contact us and the fastest way to do so is via our Facebook Chat.
Updated June 1st, 2020
After a few weeks with no new Covid-19 cases, Vietnam’s government had just eased its social distancing initiative, allowing some businesses to reopen on April 23. High-risk areas like Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City had tighter rules, including the closure of non-essential businesses like bars, tea houses, karaoke venues, and sporting events, while gatherings of more than 10 people were banned.
At Viet-flowers.com, our flower delivery services have resumed to full operation nationwide but please note that the central government continues to ban foreign nationals from entering the country, with exceptions for essential and skilled workers. Individuals who can enter the country will undergo quarantine for 14 days at government-run facilities.
For up to date information for traveling to Vietnam, please visit this link.
Updated August 3rd, 2020
From July 28, 2020, for 15 days, all domestic flights to and from Da Nang are suspended. Vietnam’s Ministry of Transportation has also halted all interprovincial road transport to and from Da Nang, with special exceptions only.
As of July 29, Quang Nam Province and Phu Yen Province have temporarily suspended entry to all tourist sites. Festivals, sporting events, and large gatherings have been suspended in these areas, and non-essential services such as bars, amusement parks, and massage parlors are closed. In Da Nang and Da Lak Province, locals and residents are required to follow new social distancing directives.
From July 30 in Hanoi and July 31 in Ho Chi Minh City, bars and clubs have been ordered to close temporarily, and the government has suspended all religious activities, sports events, and large gatherings with more than 30 people.
Updated September 20th, 2020
Vietnam reported no new cases of Covid-19 infection on Sunday morning, with its total confirmed cases standing at 1,068 with 35 deaths from the disease so far, according to its Ministry of Health. Vietnam has gone through more than two weeks without any Covid-19 cases in the community, according to the ministry.
Vietnam Airlines’ Flight VN310, left Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi at 6.30 am for a five-hour journey to Narita Airport in Tokyo. It marked the beginning of the resumption of regular flights to a number of selected countries in Asia since planes were grounded back in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic. All inbound travelers coming to Vietnam will be required to submit a health declaration and undergo COVID-19 medical checks upon arrival.
Updated Jan 31st, 2021
The Health Ministry confirmed 27 new community transmissions of Covid-19 on Saturday night as the latest outbreak spreads to more localities, raising the infection tally to 207. All bars, karaoke parlors, and discotheques in Hanoi must close and residents have to avoid ‘non-essential’ gatherings from February 1 as measures to contain the spreading novel coronavirus.
We are monitoring all the evolving rules and regulations in Vietnam closely and will be in touch with you if we cannot deliver your gift to the specified address. If for any reason that we cannot deliver your floral gift, we will issue you a full refund on your order.
Updated June 5th, 2021
COVID-19 infections are increasing in Vietnam, with 270 new infections reported on average each day. That’s 91% of the peak — the highest daily average reported since May 2021.
The Vietnamese government has isolated several communes and venues in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, Ha Nam, Vinh Phuc, Yen Bai, Quang Nam, Dong Nai, Hai Duong, Thai Binh, Bac Ninh, Quang Ngai, Lang Son, Bac Giang, Hoa Binh, Thua Thien Hue, Dien Bien, Dak Lak, Nam Dinh, Thanh Hoa, Nghe An, Phu Tho, Quang Ninh, Hai Phong, Quang Tri, Tuyen Quang, Son La, Ninh Binh, Thai Nguyen, Long An, Tay Ninh, Gia Lai, Bac Lieu, Dong Thap, Tra Vinh, Binh Duong, and Hung Yen where recent COVID-19 cases were confirmed to minimize the possibility of an outbreak. Individuals with recent travel history to these isolated areas where strict social distancing measures are currently in place may be subject to mandatory quarantine and COVID-19 testing when entering other provinces.
Despite these uncertain times our shop is still open for business. We are still taking orders on our website as usual. It is possible that Viet-flowers won’t be able to deliver your flower/gift orders to some areas at the moment but we will be in touch with you if we cannot deliver them to the specified address. If for any reason that we cannot make the delivery, we will issue you a full refund on your order.
Best wishes to you and your loved ones. We appreciate your business as always.