Hoi An at the Covid-19 outbreak

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The streets in Hoi An in the midst of Covid-19 outbreak are deserted. There are some people, mainly vendors and trash collectors. Following is the album of Hoi An in the midst of Covid-19 outbreak taken by Do Anh Vu from July 30 to August 7.

The deserted street along the Hoai river
The deserted street along the Hoai river. Photo: Do Anh Vu/vnexpress.net
The vendor becomes alone in the area of Japanese bridge, which was always very crowded with the locals and visitors.
The vendor becomes alone in the area of Japanese bridge, which was always very crowded with the locals and visitors. Photo: Do Anh Vu/vnexpress.net
Disinfectant spraying against Covid-19 in Hoi streets
Disinfectant spraying against Covid-19 in Hoi streets. Photo: Do Anh Vu/vnexpress.net
A souvenir shop closed
A souvenir shop closed. Photo: Do Anh Vu/vnexpress.net
Residents going out are required to wear face masks
Residents going out are required to wear face masks. Photo: Do Anh Vu/vnexpress.net
A deserted street
A deserted street. Photo: Do Anh Vu/vnexpress.net
Deserted Hoi An with yellow walls and pink Bougainvillea flowers
Deserted Hoi An with yellow walls and pink Bougainvillea flowers. Photo: Do Anh Vu/vnexpress.net
A vendor in Phan Chu Trinh Street
A vendor in Phan Chu Trinh Street. Photo: Do Anh Vu/vnexpress.net
A female trash collector in the street
A female trash collector in the street. Photo: Do Anh Vu/vnexpress.net
Trash collectors on the Hoai river near An Hoi bridge, where there is a post to control the entry into and exist out of the residents in the areas of Covid-19 confirmed cases in Hoi An.
Trash collectors on the Hoai river near An Hoi bridge, where there is a post to control the entry into and exist out of the residents in the areas of Covid-19 confirmed cases in Hoi An. Photo: Do Anh Vu/vnexpress.net
A street corner after a rain
A street corner after a rain. Photo: Do Anh Vu/vnexpress.net