Temples reopen on N. China's Mount Wutai

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Mount Wutai in northern China’s Shanxi Province reopened its temples on Wednesday. This comes more than two months after its open-air visiting areas were reopened. Now strict measures are still in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Visitors are required to wear masks and show green health QR codes and travel-tracking data. The daily visitor capacity is also limited. And temples as well as hotels and restaurants in the scenic spots don’t receive guests from areas of medium and high COVID-19 risk levels for the time being.

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