VOV.VN - The central province of Quang Nam officially welcomed back tourists on November 15 to Hoi An ancient town and the My Son Sanctuary Complex, both of which are UNESCO world heritage sites in Duy Xuyen district, according to local authorities.
As part of the reopening, QR-Code scanning points have been set up at the entrance to pedestrian streets of Hoi An’s Old Quarter for visitors to make medical declarations.
Nguyen Van Son, chairman of Hoi An City People's Committee, said the reopening of tourism services is part of a pilot plan to welcome back tourists to Hoi An after a long period of suspension due to the resurgence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Visitors are required to strictly follow COVID-19 prevention and control measures to ensure all the services are operated safely, said Son.
The same day also saw the My Son relic site reopen to visitors following a period of closure due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
According to the Quang Nam administration, the locality will pilot receiving groups of international tourists to several destinations throughout the region on November 17 - 18. The locality is also expected to serve roughly 400 international tourists over two days.