Tourism services have been resumed on the World Heritage site of Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh province from May 1 after a virus prevention period.
The sudden decision was announced this morning by the Quang Ninh People’s Committee.
Health check-up stations have been set up in the areas to take body temperatures of all visitors. Dan Tri Newspaper reported.
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Tourists are allowed at most popular tourist sites in Quang Ninh including Ha Long Bay, Yen Tu Mountain, and Tra Co National Tourism Site.
Hotels, restaurants, cafes, golf courses, as well as beaches have also reopened from today.
Meanwhile, public transportation vehicles are only allowed to transport at 50 per cent of capacity.
Earlier on April 29, the committee announced that tourist services would continue to be suspended until May 4.
More localities including Hoi An, Hue, Sapa, and Hanoi, etc. have re-opened their tourist sites after being suspended for weeks for Covid-19 prevention.