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Thousands Pack Into China National Park As Tourists Comes Out Of Lockdown

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Thousands Pack Into China National Park As Tourists Comes Out Of Lockdown

The free entrance polity shouldn’t have been encouraged as the pandemic isn’t over!

Huge figures of people crowded popular tourists’ sites and major cities in China, despite warnings from health authorities that the risk modeled by the ongoing pandemic remains far from over.

Having experienced strict lockdown measures and months of travel restrictions, photos from the Huangshan Mountain Park in Anhui Province over the weekend emerged, showing thousands of people crowded together, but wearing face masks.

Authorities at around 7:48 a.m issued a notice revealing that the park had reached its 20,000 individual daily capacity and wouldn’t be allowing any more guests.

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In Shanghai, the famous Bund Waterfront equally proved that citizens were eager for the outdoor experience as it got filled with tourists and shoppers, after weeks of being close to deserted.

A lot of the city’s restaurants closed a few days back also appeared to be doing a hurried trade with several requiring reservations. A similar occurrence also happened in the Capital Beijing, with locals heading out to the city’s open spaces and parks.

The unexpected return to normality, however, came more than three months after the pandemic was first detected in the Chinese city of Wuhan. The pandemic has since widespread around the world infecting millions of people.

On the other hand, after photos of the crowds at Huangshan emerged, internet users became anxious about the potentials of infection transmission.

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