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Hong Kong to reopen gyms, cinemas, beauty salons and amusement parks

16.02.2021 117 просмотров

From February 18, the Hong Kong authorities will ease the restrictive measures introduced due to the pandemic.


From February 18, the Hong Kong authorities will ease the restrictive measures imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic for the first time in three months. Sofia Chen, Secretary (Minister) of Food and Health Affairs of this Special Administrative Region of China, confirmed these plans at a press conference on Tuesday.

"In recent days, the epidemic situation has steadily continued to improve," she stated. According to her, from Thursday the city will be allowed to reopen gyms, beauty salons, cinemas, amusement parks. Restaurants will extend their opening hours from 6 to 10 pm and will be allowed to seat four people at one table instead of the current two.

At the same time, bars, nightclubs, karaoke rooms and pools will remain closed for the time being, clarified Sophia Chen. “I don’t think that the next stage of lifting restrictions will follow very soon,” the minister added.

Over the past day, Hong Kong doctors have identified only 8 new cases of coronavirus.

Those violating the mask regime and social distancing measures face a fine of 5 thousand Hong Kong dollars (645 US dollars).

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