SHANGHAI, July 2 (Xinhua) -- Shanghai's cultural venues and tourist spots are gradually reopening to the public starting Friday with controlled capacity and enhanced health protocols.
They include museums, galleries, and all Class A tourist attractions. The daily visitor flow of indoor venues is capped at 50 percent of their regular capacity, while that of outdoor locations is at 75 percent.
Located in the financial hub of Lujiazui, the Museum of Art Pudong is a public art museum and a cultural landmark of the city.
Shanghai Tower, China's tallest building, reopened its "Top of Shanghai Observatory" tourist attraction on Friday.
Shanghai, China's financial hub with a population of 25 million, announced on May 17 that it had cut off the community transmission of COVID-19 in all its 16 districts. The city has been gradually resuming dine-in services at restaurants starting from Wednesday.
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