Hotels, resorts in Vung Tau to reopen after six months

By Truong Ha   December 8, 2021 | 11:44 pm PT
Hotels, resorts in Vung Tau to reopen after six months
Bai Sau, also known as Thuy Van Beach, famous for hotels and resorts in Ba Ria-Vung Tau, is seen from above. Photo by VnExpress/Truong Ha
Authorities in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, home to popular tourist town Vung Tau, have allowed hotels, resorts and restaurants in low and medium Covid-risk areas to reopen from Friday.

In those areas, authorities also permitted tourist spots, museums, movie theaters and religious sites to reopen.

Non-essential services like karaoke parlors, dance clubs and pubs could fully resume operation in low-risk areas but must operate at limited capacity in medium and high risk areas.

The province that borders HCMC has recorded almost 20,000 infections during the fourth coronavirus wave that hit the country in late April.

So far, 96 percent of its adult population have been fully vaccinated.

The province suspended tourism services since June amid rising infections.

In mid-October, it only allowed four tourist facilities, the Grand Ho Tram Strip tourism complex, Melia Ho Tram beach and Binh Chau Hot Spring resorts, and Six Senses Con Dao, to welcome back domestic tourists.

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