Physical games, especially the traditional ones such as jumping rope, shuttlecock kicking, are a magnetic attraction to youngsters.(Photo: Hanoi Moi) (Photo: Hanoi Moi)
Mrs. Hoang Thanh Huon,g, a resident at Hai Ba Trung district, said “The weather is very pleasant today. We bring our children here to enjoy the nice weather and get a weekend blast. With such a spacious playground, I feel secure letting my children playing here”.(Photo: Hanoi Moi)
She said that even though it’s playtime, her family still put on face masks as they walked around for fear of contracting the virus.(Photo: Hanoi Moi)
A young couple takes photos with the nice background of Hoan Kiem Lake in the back.(Photo: Hanoi Moi)
A kid enjoyed playing with the water bubbles.(Photo: Hanoi Moi)
Street music program at the walking street, which is quite the norm in the pedestrian street every weekend.(Photo: Hanoi Moi)
The functional forces are always active to remind people to follow the anti-virus rules.(Photo: Vietnamnet)
Hanoi allows bars, karaoke parlours and discos to reopen from 0:00 on September 16 after the city has gone four weeks without new local COVID-19 cases.(Photo: Vietnamnet)
Nightlife on Ta Hien street is now bustling once more(Photo: Vietnamnet)
Ta Hien street is crowded as if COVID-19 had never happened.
Though Hanoi People’s Committee has recommended people to seriously abide by COVID-19 prevention instructions by the health sector, many people seem a bit neglected.(Photo: Vietnamnet)
Ta Hien street is dubbed as ‘Westerners’ street’. Now there are some foreigners showing up here indeed.(Photo: Vietnamnet)
Some restaurant welcomes only few customers.(Photo: Vietnamnet)
Bars, karaoke parlours, discos and pubs on Ta Hien and nearby streets can now reopen.
‘I’m so delighted that my pub can resume operation. Of course we must ensure safety for our customers. Everyone entering my pub has to undergo temperature measurement and hand sanitizing,’ says Duy Cong, manager of a pub on No.12 Ta Hien street, Hanoi.(Photo: Vietnamnet)