Numerous tourist attractions have closed public beaches to avoid crowds as Vietnam struggles with its new Covid-19 epidemic.
Authorities in Hai Phong City, home to famous beaches such as Do Son and Cat Co, ordered a bathing ban from Friday after neighboring Hanoi reported an increase in broadcasts over the course of the trois in recent days, with 47 cases on Friday, 7 May 2021.
About 155 km east of Hanoi, Quang Ninh known for its beautiful beaches like Tuan Chau, Quan Lan and Ti Top, closed public beaches until May 23.
Nam Dinh – home to Hai Hau and Quat Lam beaches, and Thai Binh – famous for its Dong Chau beach, both located to the north, have banned swimming since May 06.
The ancient city of Hoi An, in central Quang Nam province, closed its popular beaches such as Cua Dai and An Bang as of Wednesday, 04 May 2021.
The neighboring city of Da Nang, with a coastline of 30 km and many of the best beaches in Vietnam such as My Khe, Non Nuoc and Nam O, closed them all on Monday, 02 May 2021 after registering its first case of Covid-19. Da Nang has had five cases so far and Quang Nam province, home to Hoi An, has reported one.
Ly Son, an island district in Quang Ngai province and a popular tourist center, suspended receiving visitors from Friday, 7 May 2021 after the central province registered an infection.