Many foreign travelers visiting relic sites around Hanoi are not wearing face masks amid the increasingly complicated developments surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.
Amid the complicated COVID-19 situation that is currently gripping the nation, health experts have recommend that all people take preventive measures against the epidemic and wear face masks whilst in public.
Despite these recommendations, many foreign tourists in Hanoi do not wear face masks when visiting places of interest around the capital
A foreign couple enjoy a stroll around Hoan Kiem lake
International visitors snap photos at Ngoc Son temple in Hanoi
In contrast to many of the capital’s local residents, foreign tourists do not wear face masks whilst walking along the streets of Hanoi
Foreign tourists are delighted at having the opportunity to visit some of the capital’s many historical sites.
A foreign couple cross Dinh Tien Hoang street.
International guests post a letter in front of Hanoi’s post office
Despite being under quarantine at a military school belonging to the Hanoi Capital High Command in Son Tay town on the outskirts of the capital, people in isolation are still ensured a balanced diet with plenty of nutrition.
Historical and cultural relic sites as wells as tourist destinations in Hanoi are temporarily closed for disinfection in an attempt to prevent further spread of COVID-19.