At 6am on August 28, Quang Nam provincial localities including Hoi An city started to end the social distancing under the Vietnamese Prime Minister’s Directive 16 on the Covid-19 prevention and control.
Hoi An city is still quiet on the first day of social distancing ending. Photo: dantri.com.vn Chua Cau (Japanese Bridge) on the morning of August 28. Photo: dantri.com.vn A street in Hoi An ancient town. Photo: dantri.com.vn Accordingly, restaurants, hotels, shop houses, heritages or tourist sites, sport areas… are allowed to reopen. However, entertainment areas, beauty salons, karaoke lounges, massage clubs, bars, discotheques are still closed. People should avoid crowded places except for offices, schools, hospitals. Festivals, religious ceremonies, sports contests have not been held yet. Photo: dantri.com Hoai river in Hoi An city. Photo: dantri.com.vn A man cleaning his souvenir shop. Dantri.com.vn Young people on the sidewalk café near Chua Cau. Photo: vtcnews A café re-opened. Photo: dantri.com.vn Local people are happy with the end of the social distancing. Photo: dantri.com.vnóng A family restaurant reopens to receive guests. Photo: dantri.com.vn A souvenir shop with colourful lanterns on Hoang Van Thu street, Hoi An ancient town. Photo: vtcnews A man sitting in front of a quiet street. Photo: vtcnews
Taking photos to record beautiful moments in an alley of Tran Phu street on the first day without social distancing rules. Now, Covid-19 pandemic in Vietnam localities is under control.