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Da Nang allows residents in low-risk areas to exercise in public

Da Nang allows residents in low-risk areas to exercise in public

Monday, September 27, 2021, 12:00 GMT+7
Da Nang allows residents in low-risk areas to exercise in public
A resident jogs along a beach in Da Nang City, Vietnam, September 26, 2021. Photo: D.C. / Tuoi Tre

Residents in low-risk areas in Da Nang have been able to participate in physical activities during specific hours of the day.

The municipal authorities allow people in areas at low risk of COVID-19 infection to play sports and perform physical activities in public from 5:00 to 7:00 am and from 5:00 to 7:00 pm.

Each family in these areas can have one member go to supermarkets and markets to buy groceries three times a week.

Residents walk on a beach in Da Nang, September 26, 2021. Photo: D.C. / Tuoi Tre

Residents walk on a beach in Da Nang, Vietnam, September 26, 2021. Photo: D.C. / Tuoi Tre

Shops selling building materials, stationery, computers, animal feed, seeds, and agricultural materials, publishing establishments, and technical and repair services can resume operations.

As of Sunday evening, Da Nang had 1,008 areas at low risk of COVID-19 transmission (green zones), 254 areas at medium risk (yellow zones), and 11 areas at high risk (red zones).

A total of 47 out of 56 wards and communes in the city are categorized as green zones.

People participate in physical activities at a park in Da Nang, September 26, 2021. Photo: D.C. / Tuoi Tre

People participate in physical activities at a park in Da Nang, Vietnam, September 26, 2021. Photo: D.C. / Tuoi Tre

According to the observation of Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper reporters, many residents headed to local parks and beaches to play sports and exercise on Sunday.

Authorities have yet to allow swimming at beaches, however.

Da Nang has recorded 4,910 local COVID-19 infections since the fourth wave hit the country on April 27.

Authorities are expected to loosen social distancing measures and reopen various socio-economic activities in October.

A resident exercises by the river in Da Nang, September 26, 2021. Photo: D.C. / Tuoi Tre

A resident exercises by the river in Da Nang, Vietnam, September 26, 2021. Photo: D.C. / Tuoi Tre

A resident exercises by the river in Da Nang, September 26, 2021. Photo: D.C. / Tuoi Tre

A resident exercises by the river in Da Nang, Vietnam, September 26, 2021. Photo: D.C. / Tuoi Tre

A construction site resumes operation in Da Nang, September 26, 2021. Photo: D.C. / Tuoi Tre

A construction site resumes operation in Da Nang, Vietnam, September 26, 2021. Photo: D.C. / Tuoi Tre

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