As a famous temple for the career bridge, Ong Hoang Muoi Temple always attracts visitors at the beginning of the year. To get to the ceremony, visitors must measure their temperature, disinfect, wear a mask …
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Ong Hoang Muoi Temple (Hung Thinh commune, Hung Nguyen district, Nghe An province) is a famous temple in Nghe An worshiping Mau Tu Phu religion. According to folklore, Mr. Hoang Muoi is a saint who bestows fortune and career, so the number of tourists from all directions coming to celebrate Mass at the beginning of the year is very large.
According to the representative of the temple management board, from the 4th day of the new year, tourists mainly from the province began to flock to the temple to pray for career and fortune in the new year. From the 6th day of Tet, tourists come from outside the province, most of which are from the North.
Due to the large number of tourists pouring in, the temple management board and the People’s Committee of Hung Thinh commune have set up a “post” of Covid-19 epidemic room right in front of the entrance to the main hall.
Visitors are forced to comply with epidemic prevention procedures such as temperature measurement …
… hand wash antiseptic.
Everyone, from adults to children, is required to wear a mask when entering the temple area.
The representative of the temple management board present at the “quarantine post” constantly reminds visitors about measures to prevent disease Covid-19 as well as to comply with the regulations on dress during the ceremony.
Traders in the area must also strictly adhere to epidemic prevention rules. The representative of the temple management board advises visitors not to buy holidays at these business points if the owner does not wear a mask.
The Nghe people passed on the song “When Hong Linh runs out of trees / Song Lam runs out of water / His temple will run out of wealth”, so even though it is recommended to limit crowds, visitors still flock to the temple. Mr. Hoang Muoi in the first days of the new year.
Although the gap is not guaranteed, with compliance with the regulations on wearing masks, it more or less limits the risk of spreading the disease and ensures safety for themselves.