Tourists return to UNESCO-recognised Hoi An after social distancing ends

Monday - 14/09/2020 23:09

Visitors have been permitted to gradually return to Hoi An, a UNESCO-recognied World Heritage Site, following the lifting of social distancing measures due to COVID-19 epidemic, signaling a positive outlook for the local tourism industry.

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Daily activities in the central province of Quang Nam return to a “new normal” from September 6 after the easing of social distancing measures. The province is striving to fulfill the dual goals of effectively combating the COVID-19 pandemic, whilst simultaneously maintaining socio-economic development
2 42 Tourists are now able to head back to the ancient town of Hoi An as the social distancing period has been relaxed
4 39 Despite the relaxation of social distancing rules, the number of tourists to the ancient town remains limited
5 29 Visitors express their hope that the area’s attractions will soon return to life, especially the town’s lantern streets which are widely considered to be a unique feature of Hoi An
6 33 A long row of ancient houses, restaurants, and shops in the Old Quarter of Hoi An have yet to reopen due to the negative economic impact of the epidemic
7 27 After a month-long hiatus, some beverage, coffee, and souvenir shops have managed to reopen doors to welcome visitors
8 22 According to many business owners, Hoi An’s tourism sector has been in the doldrums following the resurgence of the virus, with many establishments being forced to suspend their operations
9 20 Residents hope that visitor numbers will increase in the near future, as boat rowing services on the Hoai river and the town’s food stalls are set to return imminently
VOV/Photos by dantri.com.vn


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