Hanoi has decided to temporarily close karaoke parlours, games stations and bars from today, April 30, after a local man tested positive for Covid-19.
Ho Chi Minh City will continue the closure of discos, bars, karaoke parlors to ensure safety amid COVID-19 pandemic, while other service business types will be resumed from March 9.
From 0:00 on February 1, all karaoke parlors, bars and discotheques in Hanoi had to suspend operations in a bid to contain the spread of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, according to the local government's decision.
Serving from beer, cocktail to wine or playing from pop, rock, acoustic, jazz to techno, each bar & club contributes to the diverse color to the night life in the city.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on Tuesday said that there would be no limit on the number of flights that bring Vietnamese people home or foreigners to the country as long as they meet regulated criteria.
Many owners of bars and karaoke parlors have struggled with financial problems during the period of the closure, some even went bankrupt.