Chinese Consulate General reminds Chinese citizens in southern Vietnam to guard against typhoons
Xinhua News Agency, Ho Chi Minh City, November 7-Typhoon No. 24 of this year, Nakiri, is about to make landfall in Vietnam. The Chinese Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City issued a circular on the 7th reminding Chinese citizens in southern Vietnam to step up precautions.
The Consulate General said in the notice that Typhoon Nakiri is expected to make landfall from November 10 to the morning of 11 November in the area from Pyeong Ding Province to Qinghe Province in Vietnam, affecting the central and southern parts of Vietnam. At that time, it is likely to bring strong winds and heavy rain to the city of Nha Zhuang in Qinghe Province, where Chinese tourists are concentrated. Chinese citizens in southern Vietnam should always pay attention to the news of typhoons and local weather conditions, and be prepared to deal with strong winds and heavy precipitation. When going out, pay attention to avoid near the mountain areas and low-lying areas prone to secondary disasters such as mountain torrents, debris flows, landslides and so on.
The Consulate General also reminded Chinese citizens to avoid accidents at sea. Remind Chinese tourists visiting Nha Zhuang City to pay close attention to the local weather conditions and adjust their itinerary in a timely manner if necessary. Do not venture into the water or engage in any water tourism projects. Pay close attention to flight information in areas affected by typhoons and rationally deal with flight cancellations, changes, delays or controls caused by typhoons.