Lam Dong allows intra-provincial tourism after 2 months of closure
Lam Dong Province, home of the famous hotspot Da Lat city in Central Highland, reopened tourist attractions, food & beverage services, and accommodation establishments for intra-provincial tourists last Tuesday, September 7.
It has been 2 months since the 4th wave of Coronavirus on July 2nd in Lam Dong, the authorities are generally able to control the outbreak and decide to step-by-step recover tourism as well as the local economy.
From 5 pm on September 7th, Lam Dong Provincial People's Committee allows restaurants, cafés, and sidewalk eateries to reopen yet only serve no more than 50% of their normal capacity. 2-star accommodation establishments and above are required to abide by prevention measures and accommodate no more than 2 people per guestroom.
A cofee shop in Da Lat
Besides, barber and beauty services can operate again if not exceeding half of their capacity to ensure the social distance. Outdoor sports and exercises are permitted while indoor sports must also comply with the under-50% capacity.
Lam Dong recorded 259 new cases of Covid-19 during the 4th coronavirus wave in Vietnam and shut down all tourism activities and tourist destinations for prevention and control.
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