On July 1, tourists take their children to overlook the city landscape at the Top of Shanghai Observation Hall in the center of Shanghai.

From the same day, popular scenic spots such as the Top of Shanghai Sightseeing Hall in Shanghai Tower, the 88th Floor Sightseeing Hall in Jinmao Tower, and the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum have resumed operations.

The Top of Shanghai Sightseeing Hall adopts 50% current limit measures, and uses the method of "real-name system + time-sharing reservation + current limit" to reasonably arrange the population density in the scenic area, and make every effort to ensure the health and safety of tourists.

At present, more than 50% of the 134 A-level tourist attractions in Shanghai have reopened, and by July 8, 80 are expected to open.

Photo by Luo Yunfei

Release time: 2022-07-01 13:41:50 【Editor: Yang Yanyu】