Sup readers… those that are still here.
Coronavirus kind of destroyed my blog.
For those that still care, here are some quick updates on a post-COVID life in Vietnam.
Everything Is About 95% The Same
Of course, nobody died or got hurt from this stupid made-for-TV virus.
Things in Vietnam have opened up to about 95% of what they once were. The basic overview is the following:
- Every business is allowed to open. However, many businesses that rely on tourism have closed.
- The border is closed to everyone other than South Koreans, experts, and diplomats. They might reopen it on July 1.
- You don’t need to wear a mask anywhere other than a few malls and big supermarkets.
- Some of those malls and supermarkets will measure your temperature when you walk inside.
- The same amount of Vietnamese are wearing a mask pre-Corona vs post-Corona.
- Most foreigners are wearing a mask (not me).
- Literally no one is social distancing.
- School is back in session.
- People don’t care if you aren’t wearing a mask.
- People don’t care if you sneeze or cough near them. I tested this.
- I don’t wear a mask because I’m not a drooling retard.