Coronavirus advice: Is it safe to travel to Vietnam and can I cancel my trip?
The impact of the coronavirus is showing no sign of abating. Chinese authorities have placed more than a dozen cities on lockdown, airlines have cancelled flights and the UK Foreign Office has tightened its restrictions on travel to the Far East. 

The disease outbreak has led to the deaths of more than 200 people and infected about 10,000, according to estimates, with the Chinese city of Wuhan, in the Hubei Province, designated as the epicentre. 

The Foreign Office (FCO) on Tuesday updated its travel guidance to advise against all but essential travel to China, and all travel to Hubei Province "due to the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak".

It is not allowed for Chinese tourists to travel to Vietnam now, so you can visit this country. However, you should wear a mask

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