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HCMC bustling again on first day of “new normal”

By Phung My - Minh Hoang

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HCMC – HCMC became bustling and busy again this morning, October 1, as the city has reopened a number of essential services and relaxed travel restrictions after more than 120 days of stringent social distancing to curb the spread of Covid-19.

Cach Mang Thang Tam Street was very crowded this morning

Grocery stores at Kim Bien Market in District 5 have reopened

While eateries, barber shops and supermarkets are crowded, fashion outlets are still deserted

AEON Mall Binh Tan has not reopened to the public

A woman walks home after shopping

Customers rush to a supermarket in District 10

Customers wait in front of a barber shop on Cach Mang Thang Tam Street

A barber shop attracts many customers

Motorbike repair outlets are also crowded

Phuong Huynh, a sticky rice seller, said he is very happy when the city resumes essential services after a three-month suspension

A busy bakery on Thanh Thai Street, District 10

Eateries are allowed to reopen but they can offer takeaway services only


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