Visitor restrictions at tourist sites

Publish Time: 2020-04-29 Author: Li Hongyang From: China Daily

Editor's note: In order to reduce the risks of cross infections in crowded places, notices have been issued at several major scenic spots across China based on the requirements by the government in the prevention and control of the novel coronavirus.

The Palace Museum, Beijing

The Palace Museum has been closed since Jan 25, the first day of Chinese New Year. The museum has refunded the ticket fees to those who had reserved online. The reopening date has not yet been decided and it will be closed until further notice.

Huangshan Mountain Scenic Area, Anhui province

From April 15, the number of people allowed to enter the scenic area has been reduced to 15,000 per day — 30 percent of its maximum capacity. Tourists need to purchase tickets online with their real names, and will need to show the e-tickets upon entry.

Tourists must also apply for health certificates online and scan a QR code for verification before entering the scenic spot. Each tourist group should have no more than 30 people.

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