Many streets across the capital saw oceans of commuters Tuesday morning, as individuals and organizations no longer need travel permits to travel within the city.
Motorbikes and cars on Lang Street at around 8 a.m.
Le Thai To Street around Hoan Kiem Lake is no longer deserted as it was during the two-month semi-lockdown.
Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square in the city center has started regaining its vibrance.
Travelers on Chua Boc Street, where some stores have reopened Tuesday morning, after months of closure. Malls, fashion shops, cosmetic stores, barbershops, repair shops for vehicles and electrical appliances, stores that sell books, office and study tools, business activities on e-commerce platforms and online delivery can all resume, starting 6 a.m. Tuesday. Food and beverage establishments can only sell takeaways and must close before 9 p.m..
Without a Covid-19 checkpoint, De La Thanh Street is filled with motorbikes.
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