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Taipei to resume public venues operation starting next week


Deputy Mayor Huang Shan-shan announced on Monday (May 1), Taipei will begin to reopen more public venues on May 25 after their temporary close caused by coronavirus pandemic.


Visitors are required to register their full names at the entry points and the number of people will be limited to 50 as part of crowd control measures.

Taipei began reopening some of its public facilities such as community service centers, public assembly halls and senior service centers following a city government.

According Huang, the venues will begin to accept no more than 100 visitors at a time from May 25, excluding the Friendly Childcare Center, which will keep its crowd number below 50.

Concerning the possible reopening of Taipei's hostess clubs and ballrooms, the deputy mayor said the city will address the subject in a discussion with relevant local business operators later in the day.
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