Da Nang reopens beach visits and some necessary community activities

From 0:00 on June 9, the People’s Committee of Da Nang city officially resumed a number of services and activities under the specific rules in order to ensure the Covid-19 prevention.

 A woman on Da Nang beach

In detail, people are allowed to swim at the beach at 2 different time frames which are 4:30 – 7:30 am and 4:30 – 6:30 pm daily. Besides, visitors are required to swim in some permitted areas only, not to gather for sports, eat or drink around the beach as well as wear masks before and after sea bathing.

For food and drink establishments, only seated eateries can reoperate and open no more than 50% of capacity and no later than 9:00 pm. Especially, the owners of these establishments and all staff must do SARS-CoV-2 test and seriously comply with 5K prevention methods, check customers’ body temperature and ensure the 1-meter distance inside the area.

In addition, some other services and activities like haircutting, outdoor sports without direct contact such as tennis or jogging are reopened with the compulsory compliance of daily heath declaration, wearing masks, or setting up the Bluezone app connected to Bluetooth.


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