Multiple scenic spots reopen as epidemic shows signs of improvement
As the cornonavirus epidemic shows signs of being controlled, many scenic spots in Jiangxi, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Hunan, Sichuan and other Chinese provinces have reopened to the public and local government also issued measures to promote the recovery of the tourism industry.
On February 19, Nanjing Municipal Culture and Tourism Bureau released a work plan for orderly reopening Nanjing's tourist attractions. The scenic spots are to be reopened in batches from February 20.
On the same day, Zhejiang also announced the reopen of the West Lake scenic spot according to the regulations.
Longhu Mountain in Jiangxi Province, a national 5A scenic spot, announced that it is gradually reopening to the public after February 19 while some indoor palaces and mansions will remain closed temporarily.
Mianyang City in southwest China's Sichuan Province also proposed that the People's Park, Fuleshan Park, Nanshan Park, Xishan Park, and street gardens be reopened.