Da Nang Reopens Hotels And Public Beaches After Controlling Covid-19
Today, on September 30, Da Nang decides to reopen public beaches, restaurants, and hotels under some restrictions.
For beaches, people have to wear masks and not gather. Keeping an over 1-meter distance from each other is compulsory, and only swimming in permitted areas from 4:30 to 6:30 am is allowed.
Tien Sa beach in Da Nang
All accommodation facilities can reopen for guests who have injected enough 2 shots of Covid-19 vaccine or got the recovery certificate and serve only 30% of the capacity.
Sports activities and religious sites are also resumed but must follow the requirement of no more than 20 and 30 people respectively.
On the other hand, some unnecessary activities namely amusement parks, bars, clubs, casinos, cultural festivals, night markets, karaoke, or walking streets are still closed to prevent infection.
Da Nang attracts a remarkable number of tourists yearly thanks to the charming coastline and sandy beaches. With that tourism advantage, the authorities will gradually restart tourism activities to get used to the new normal to ensure both local people's safety and life quality.
In the 4th coronavirus wave in Vietnam since April 27, Da Nang recorded 4,914 cases, however, the daily number reduced significantly and remains just a few new cases per several days currently.
To adapt to the drastic surge in tourism, the low-cost Vietjet Air, one of the three dominant aviation carriers in Vietnam to launch 7 new international flight routes from Danang to South Korea, Singapore, and India next month.
Hai Van Pass between Thua Thien Hue Province and Danang City has recently been listed as one of the 10 most thrilling drives in Asia by the Canadian travel site The Travel.
The new high-speed boat service connecting Danang City and Ly Son Island officially set sail on Tuesday, March 30th.