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Da Lat Night Market reopened

Da Lat Night Market in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong will be reopened from today, January 29 after a long suspension due to Covid-19.

 

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The permission followed the proposal on the reopening of around 200 stalls at the market.

According to the traders, they had to suspend their business at the market since May 1, which has resulted in numerous difficulties for their life.

Under the decision of local authorities, the night market has to ensure Covid-19 prevention regulations, including safe distancing between people, after being reopened.

Da Lat Night Market located on Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street and near Ho Xuan Huong Lake is a popular destination for tourists.

Dat Lat City is now listed as a medium-risk area for Covid-19 infection.

Lam Dong Province had recorded 16,000 Covid-19 cases as of January 26.

 

Source: dtinews

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