Da Nang, the epicenter of Vietnam’s second Covid-19 wave and a tourist attraction in central Vietnam, decided to reopen public beaches from Friday morning after the city passed 13 days without new domestic infections. From 5.30 a.m. residents jog along Pham Van Dong Beach, voted one of the world’s most beautiful beaches by U.S. magazine Forbes in 2016. Men sunbathe on the beach. On the shore, loudspeakers warn people to keep a safe distance to limit the risk of infection. Ly Na, from Da Nang’s Thanh Khe District, is happy the coronavirus outbreak has been put under control and social distancing gradually eased. She and her family members flocked to the beach Friday morning after 45 hot and dry days. Children in face masks play on the beach. Life guards advise people to wear face masks and comply with anti-pandemic measures. The popular tourism hub boasts a 30 km coastline and is home to many of Vietnam’s most beautiful beaches like My Khe, Pham Van Dong, Non Nuoc, and Nam O. As of 6 a.m. Friday, nearly 7,000 residents had come to public beaches, according to the management board.
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