China's tourism authority stresses safety at scenic spots

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China's Ministry of Culture and Tourism has required efforts to strengthen the safety management of A-level scenic spots as the peak tourist season draws near.

A few safety incidents occurred at some tourist attractions recently, causing tourist casualties and impacting the recovering tourism market, according to a circular issued by the general office of the ministry.

In response, the ministry demanded that A-level tourist sites across the country set their capacity within a reasonable range and continue imposing ticket reserves in advance, according to the circular.

Meanwhile, the tourist destinations were asked to promote COVID-19 vaccinations for their working staff and guide tourists in taking epidemic prevention and control measures, including wearing masks and social distancing.

The circular also called for efforts to improve facilities concerning tourist safety in A-level scenic spots and strengthen precautions against fire and flood risks. 

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