More than 4,000 hotels reopen in Shanghai

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China: Around 4,200 hotels in Shanghai have reopened as coronavirus lockdown restrictions are lifted and the city comes back to life.

The city authorities reported that more than 80 tourist attractions and about 4,200 hotels across Shanghai have reopened, and the city's cultural and tourism venues have received about 1.7 million visits so far since their reopening. Also back open for visitors are 110 museums and art galleries, and 40 libraries and cultural centres.

Wang Wei, counsel of the Shanghai Culture and Tourism Administration, said: "Shanghai's cultural and tourism authorities have taken a variety of measures to promote the resumption of cultural and tourism enterprises, and to provide safe, quality cultural products and services for Shanghai residents. The city's cultural and tourism industry is recovering in an orderly manner and the cultural and tourism consumption market is warming up."



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