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Buses empty as Hanoians flock to cafes, eateries

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With dining in restrictions lifted after more than two months, Hanoi residents enjoyed drinking coffee or slurping bowls of hot noodle soups with friends and family.

Buses empty as Hanoians flock to cafes, eateries

The capital city allowed the reopening of a slew of services starting 6 a.m. Thursday, including parks, hotels, public transport and indoor dining.

Despite the rains triggered by a tropical depression Thursday morning, people went out walking, jogging and doing other exercises at the Lenin Park.

Buses empty as Hanoians flock to cafes, eateries
Buses empty as Hanoians flock to cafes, eateries
Buses empty as Hanoians flock to cafes, eateries
Buses empty as Hanoians flock to cafes, eateries
Buses empty as Hanoians flock to cafes, eateries
Buses empty as Hanoians flock to cafes, eateries

All passengers are required to medically declare themselves while getting into the bus to allow for contact tracing in case an infection is detected. All passengers, drivers and attendants must be vaccinated with at least one Covid-19 vaccine shot.

 

Buses empty as Hanoians flock to cafes, eateries

"It was really boring to stay home. I was so glad to hear about the resumption of services, so I have come out to clear my mind. I have had only one ride since morning. Maybe people are still afraid of the coronavirus," said taxi driver Vu Van Tuan.

 

 

Source: VNE

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