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Tourist Sites Packed In China Following Coronavirus Lockdown

Monday, April 06, 2020
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Popular tourist sites and major cities throughout China were packed with people over the past weekend, according to CNN.

This despite the fact that health authorities warn that the risk posed by the coronavirus pandemic remains. In fact, at Anhui province’s Huangshan mountain park this weekend authorities took the unusual step of issuing a notice declaring that the park had reached its 20,000 person daily capacity, and would not be accepting any more visitors, according to state media Global Times.

In Shanghai, the Bund waterfront was again crowded with shoppers and tourists, and many of the city’s restaurants were busy as well, according to CNN. The city of Beijing also experienced a rush of people.

Just one new case of COVID-19 was reported on Monday this week in China domestically as parks restaurants and even domestic tourism begins to recover, according to Forbes.

The last temporary Coronavirus hospital has now closed in Hubei province as there are not enough new cases to justify keeping them open. Rates of new infections of COVID-19 continue to decline in China from data released by the World Health Organization and the Chinese government.



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