With the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak showing some signs of abating, more tourist attractions in China have decided to reopen for tourists. Meanwhile, certain measures have been taken for continued epidemic prevention and control.
Mount Huangshan, one of China's most notable mountains, has started receiving visitors from Friday. It is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., with the daily visitor number limited to 10,000.
When lining up, it is required to keep a distance of at least 1.5 meters between one another and a registration system is needed for ticket purchases. All visitors are asked to wear masks during their visit.
On the same day, renowned Xi'an attractions, including the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, Small Wild Goose Pagoda and Datang Everbright City, have also resumed operations. The number of visitors entering the tourist sites is limited to a daily volume of less than 50 percent of its regular capacity. Temperature checks are conducted at the entrance.
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