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Scenic areas open to medical staff for free

(People's Daily Online)    16:18, February 13, 2020

Several scenic areas in China will honor medical staff by opening to them for free for a certain period of time, especially those on the front lines of the fight against the novel coronavirus epidemic.

The Jiugong Mountain Scenic Area (Photo/sipaphoto.com)

The Jiugong Mountain Scenic Area in Xianning, central China’s Hubei, is a national rated scenic area in the province, which has been hit hard by the novel coronavirus outbreak. All medical staff in the country can visit it free if they bring their licenses to practice from the day the scenic spot reopens to Dec. 31 this year.

Meanwhile, the Suobuya Scenic Area and Dixin Valley Scenic Area, both national 4A-level scenic spots, in the province’s Enshi have rolled out a similar policy for all medical staff. The policy is also applicable to citizens (with their ID card) from north China’s Tianjin Municipality, which provided paired-up support for Enshi to combat the epidemic, and to citizens of southwest China’s Guizhou province.

The 5A-class Baiyun Mountain National Forest Park in Luoyang, central China’s Henan province, will be open for free to medical staff with their registration certificates until June 30.

Similarly, Zixi county in Fuzhou, east China’s Jiangxi province, also announced that all 23 scenic spots in the county, including the 5A Dajue Mountain Scenic Area, will be open to all medical staff across China for free until Dec. 31.

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