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Danang: People allowed to dine at restaurants, go to beach
By Nhan Tam
Friday,  Sep 11, 2020,11:13 (GMT+7)

Danang: People allowed to dine at restaurants, go to beach

By Nhan Tam

The beach in Danang City will be thronged with visitors again from September 11. PHOTO: NHAN TAM

DANANG - From today, September 11, Danang City has given restaurants the go ahead to serve food and drinks at their premises, for people to use the beach and tourism activities as transport and accommodation services are resumed.

These are mentioned in the latest document released by the Danang People’s Committee on September 10 to gradually ease the social distancing measures that have been in place for more than 40 days, under which restaurants had to operate only takeaway services, while people were prohibited from going to the beach.

The document said although restaurants can serve food and drinks on their premises, they must meet safety requirements.

Chefs and other employees must wear masks and gloves while working, tables are to be set up at least one meter apart, customers must use a disinfectant before entering the restaurant and surfaces must be cleaned using a disinfectant at the end of each day.

The lifting of suspension on accommodation and travel as well as the recovery of transportation activities will offer an opportunity for the coastal central city to gradually attract visitors again.

In addition to dining and tourism activities, educational activities will also function as usual.

Students of high schools and junior high schools can resume going to school from September 14, 2020, while principals will decide the return dates, starting from September 14, 2020, for colleges and universities as well as vocational training centers

Kindergartens and other training centers can welcome their students from September 21, 2020.

However, the city has still banned activities such as festivals, religious ceremonies, sports tournaments and other events that gather more than 30 people.

Entertainment spots, beauty salons, fitness centers, karaoke and massage parlors, bars, discos, movie theaters and the like will also remain closed.

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