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Restaurants in Hanoi must now close before 9pm, gyms allowed to open


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Gyms must limit their capacity by half and allow no more than thirty people at a time. — VNA/VNS Photo Tuấn Đức

 

Food and beverage establishments in Hanoi have been ordered to close before 9pm in the city’s latest COVID-19 prevention and control plan, which focuses on safe, flexible adaptation to the pandemic reported Vietnam News.

 

However, at the same time, authorities have allowed gyms to reopen.

 

Facilities for indoor physical sports and exercises must limit capacity by half and allow no more than thirty people in at a time.

 

The facilities must disinfect equipment and guests must be fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19.

 

Indoor physical sports and exercises have been banned from early May.

 

Restaurants and cafés in the capital (except for those selling alcohol) are allowed to offer services at no more than 50 per cent capacity. Owners and staff must be fully vaccinated and there must be a safe distance between customers.

 

Hanoi has increased its COVID-19 risk level to medium from low after new clusters were detected in the community.

 

The number of participants at weddings and funerals is also limited to no more than thirty. All participants must follow 5K protocols and keep a safe distance from each other.

 

Dining is not allowed at funerals.

 

Other sites like religious buildings, barbershops and beauty parlours mentioned in the document issued on October 13 on loosening social distancing restrictions remain the same. Bars, massage, and karaoke venues continue to be banned. — VNS

 

 

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