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China gradually re-opens tourist sites in low-risk outbreak regions
update:February 27,2020
Feb.27,2020 -- Some tourist attractions in low-risk regions of the novel coronavirus outbreak have gradually resumed opening to the public, Liu Kezhi, an official with the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, said Wednesday.
The resumption of tourist sites should follow the principle of taking differentiated measures, in the meantime, conduct an overall assessment for the conditions and necessity of the reopening, Liu said at a press conference in Beijing.
The reopening to the public of tourist attractions in high-risk regions should be postponed, Liu said, adding that the resumption of tourist attractions in medium- and low-risk regions can be decided by local authorities.
The ministry has also issued a guideline to give direction to tourist sites across the country on controlling visitor flow, preventing public gatherings, health management of working staff, and methods of handling exceptional situations, to aid the work resumption, Liu said.
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