Series of famous monuments in Hanoi closed, visitors, stand watching from a distance

In order to prevent and combat the Covid-19 epidemic, a series of historical monuments and landscapes in the capital simultaneously closed temporarily.

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At the meeting of the Steering Committee against Covid-19 in Hanoi on the afternoon of February 15 (ie the 4th of Tet), the Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee of Hanoi Chu Xuan Dung asked to close the street restaurant; Sidewalk iced tea shops, cafes and temporarily closed monuments to prevent Covid-19 from spreading.
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As noted by PV Dan Tri on the morning of February 16 (ie the 5th day of Tet), people still flock to some relics in Hanoi to travel spring. However, due to the complicated developments of the Covid-19 epidemic, many scenic spots such as Van Mieu – Quoc Tu Giam, Ngoc Son Temple, Hoang Thanh Thang Long, Hoa Lo Prison … all hung up the signboard, suspend operation.
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At Ngoc Son Temple (Hoan Kiem, Hanoi), a famous tourist destination in Hanoi for tourists and people every New Year comes, lock the door, post a sign of suspension.
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Many visitors expressed regret when they could not enter the Tran Quoc Pagoda.
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Before the entrance to Tran Quoc pagoda, there is a security force on duty to remind visitors to leave.
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Hoa Lo Prison, which attracts many visitors, especially foreign tourists also temporarily stopped operating.
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At the Temple of Literature – Quoc Tu Giam, the relic always welcomes a large number of visitors in each early year in the state of “the door is closed”.
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Many visitors to the above locations are quite surprised and feel regretful when they cannot visit. Many people stood from outside to watch the scenery through the iron fence. 
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The suspension of activities at the monument reduces the number of visitors, but when the destinations are safe, visitors will be assured of returning in the near future.
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Similarly at Hoang Thanh Thang Long relic also announced to stop working.
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There are still people here to visit but the ruins are closed so many people have to leave afterwards.
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Quan Thanh temple also temporarily stopped working.
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Many people knew that Quan Thanh Temple was closed but still stood outside, hoping inward.

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