Guangzhou Districts Reopen Dine-in Service

By That's Guangzhou, June 25, 2021

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On Friday, multiple districts in Guangzhou reopened dine-in services after barring residents from eating inside restaurants earlier this month.

In Yuexiu, Haizhu and Panyu, COVID-19 prevention and control teams said restaurant and bar staff will need to check patrons’ health codes and temperatures and no more than 10 people are allowed to sit at a table.

The city is gradually putting this recent COVID-19 outbreak behind it as local cases taper off. No new local confirmed cases were reported on June 23.

According to GRT Radio, Guangzhou has no high-risk areas as of Thursday. Fangcun in Liwan District reopened on Thursday, with visitors now allowed to enter and leave the area (except for the Heyuan community).

[Cover image via NIAID-RML]

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