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Restaurants in Beijing beginning to reopen

By DU JUAN | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2022-12-06 19:35

Customers enjoy the meals at a restaurant in Beijing's Haidian district, on Dec 6, 2022. [Photo/ThePaper]

Restaurants in Beijing are gradually reopening to customers after weeks of suspension as the capital relaxed a series of epidemic control measures recently.

According to an announcement by the city on Tuesday, customers can now dine in restaurants if they have a negative result of a nucleic acid test taken within 48 hours.

Previously, diners were not allowed to dine in the restaurants to reduce infection risks. Many restaurants have been offering take-out services.

Some restaurants have begun to prepare for in-person diners, as they continue to strictly implement epidemic prevention measures such as code scanning, temperature checks and disinfections.

The city's catering industrial association issued a reminder on Tuesday that all catering enterprises should strictly implement the epidemic prevention and control measures during the resumption.

Parks in Beijing will not require negative results of nucleic acid tests of visitors entering, the city's forestry and parks bureau announced on Tuesday.

Beijing Capital International Airport also announced that, starting on Tuesday, passengers will not be required to show nucleic acid tests results to enter the airport.

Beijing's market supervision authority said on Tuesday that business operators should not drive up prices of commodities for people's daily living, such as grain, oil, meat, eggs, vegetables and milk, as well as anti-epidemic supplies such as masks, drugs, disinfection and sterilization items.

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