Da Nang Reopens Hotels And Public Beaches After Controlling Covid-19
Today, September 30, Da Nang decided to reopen public beaches, restaurants and hotels under some restrictions.
For beaches, people must wear masks and not gather. Keeping a distance of more than 1 meter from each other is mandatory and swimming is only allowed in the designated area from 4:30 to 6:30 am.
Tien Sa Beach Da Nang
All accommodation establishments can reopen for guests who have had 2 full doses of Covid-19 vaccine or have a certificate of health recovery and only serve 30% of their capacity.
Sports activities and religious venues are also allowed to continue but are subject to the requirement of no more than 20 and 30 people respectively.
On the other hand, some non-essential activities such as amusement parks, bars, clubs, casinos, cultural festivals, night markets, karaoke, walking streets are still closed to avoid infection.
Da Nang attracts a significant number of tourists every year thanks to its charming coastline and long stretches of sand. With that tourism advantage, the government will gradually restart tourism activities to get used to the new normal rhythm to ensure the safety and quality of life of local people.
In the 4th wave of coronavirus in Vietnam since April 27, Da Nang has recorded 4,914 cases, however, the daily number has decreased significantly and now only a few new cases are left in a few days.