Since people could finally step out of their houses after nearly two months of quarantine, the Huangshan Mountain in East China’s Anhui Province was flooded with visitors over the weekend.
#Huangshan Mountain, a 5-A tourist attraction in East #China's Anhui Province, closed to tourists on Sunday morning due to an overflow of tourists after it exempted its 190 yuan ($26.7) entrance fee to residents of the province to promote tourism amid #COVID19. pic.twitter.com/DAffe2zhI1— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) April 5, 2020
Talking about local media houses, the authorities asked citizens to remain vigilant as the virus hasn’t been eradicated completely.
Check out what people thought about this:
This is a recipe for disaster. ???????? https://t.co/D0tRDVoCjm— Rizzle (@dayumnbij) April 6, 2020
The management should be punished for allowing this crowd! https://t.co/WsxAbmoMfe— rongbu (@rongbu) April 5, 2020
Let them isolate themselves on the mountain for 14 days and then go down. See if they will gather together later.— Corrine (@Qpigpig) April 5, 2020
They are not immune— Dom's Den (@DomsDen1) April 5, 2020
To this plegue
Virus feast— Follower (@Follower101010) April 5, 2020
This seems like a terrible idea with everything that is still happening— Keisha Boutilier (@loving_littles) April 6, 2020