Landmark heritage tower in Wuhan to fully reopen in June
People's Daily

Tourists visit the Yellow Crane Tower, or Huanghelou, a landmark in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei province, April 29, 2020. (Photo: Xinhua)

WUHAN - The Yellow Crane Tower, a landmark tourist attraction in Wuhan, the Chinese city once hardest-hit by the novel coronavirus, will fully reopen to the public on Monday.

Tourists can book online to visit the main tower and the exhibition centers at the tourism hot spot from June following its partial reopening on April 29.

The daily visits to the site have been restricted to less than 5,400 while the main tower can receive up to 300 tourists at a time.

Tourists need to show health codes and have temperatures taken before entry.

The tower suspended operations on Jan. 23 because of COVID-19.