China’s tourist spots are packed with visitors after Government ease the restrictions

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The Coronavirus outbreak erupts from Wuhan China, which causes 3,333 deaths in China until now. But by taking prompt measures like lockdown and curfew, china became the first country who encounter this contagious virus within weeks.

Roads are empty in Wuhan, China, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, where a strict lockdown is in effect.

 

Although the outbreak passed its peak and the number of patients in China has slowed significantly. China has decided to ease the Social Distancing Rule by allowing visitors for most of its tourist spots.

Some of the main tourist spots like the Huangshan mountain park in Anhui province and the famous Bund waterfront in Shanghai were fully packed with thousands of visitors.

 

 

After so many weeks of lockdown, people decide to treat themselves with an outdoor outing with friends and family.

 

Similarly in Beijing all the local parks and other spots allow visitors. Besides this, Many restaurants after being deserted for months are open with a limited number of people.

 

A large number of people arrived at tourist destinations in China on the country’s holiday weekend, despite warnings by health officials that the threat of the Coronavirus epidemic is still abroad.

 

Health times reported that Zeng Guang, chief epidemiologist with the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention said:

“China is not near the end but has entered a new stage. With the global epidemic raging, China has not reached the end”

However, the risk of infection is still there. The government has urged visitors to wear masks and gloves. Further, the management is ordered to control the number of visitors at all the public visiting spots.

This sudden outbreak undoubtedly affects all sectors of the country. Now China has temporarily begun to restart the country’s manufacturing and services industries.

Experts opinion

Many experts are showing their concerns about this too soon ease in restrictions. According to Korean experts:

“China may face the third wave of an outbreak due to this too early ease in restrictions.”

 

 

 

 

 

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