Chinese Beer Drinker Forgets Face Masks, Worries Behind As Festival Opens – GCFRNG

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Chinese Beer Drinker Forgets Face Masks, Worries Behind As Festival Opens – GCFRNG

This photo taken on August 1, 2020 shows people enjoying beer and food during the annual Qingdao Beer Festival in Qingdao, Shandong province of eastern China. STR / AFP

Thousands of Chinese beer lovers left their faces in a state of shock as they gathered in large crowds and picked up a vital glass as the annual Qingdao festival opens over the weekend.

China has been heavily influenced by coronavirus infection through locksmithing and prevention, and the short term has reassured beer lovers that they will be able to get out despite the global epidemic.

This photo taken on August 1, 2020 shows a woman drinking beer during the annual Qingdao Beer festival in Qingdao, in Shandong province of eastern China. STR / AFP

At the festival, which opens Friday and runs until the end of August, bartenders eat together, watch movies and fireworks and view more than 1,500 beers available.

Many partygoers wandered around the large venue uncovered, with long tables full of cocktail-drinking people reminiscent of the days before COVID-19.

The state broadcaster CCTV said the festival was an opportunity for people to return to “normal life in club cups”.

Wang Hua, a traveler from Shanxi North, told CCTV.

This photo taken on August 1, 2020 shows people enjoying beer and food during the annual Qingdao Beer Festival in Qingdao, Shandong province of eastern China. STR / AFP

But not everything is perfect.

The “Beer City” center has a maximum capacity of 30 percent for visitors, while employees will wear face-to-face coverage as well as a health code.

The beers were tested for imported beer for the virus and killed before entering the convention site, officials said, after several local clusters were combined in China with imported food.

The beach is the home of Tsingtao, one of the most popular breweries in China and an export destination worldwide.

A Qingdao production facility was established under German rule between 1898 and 1914.

China unveiled 43 new coronavirus infections on Monday.

AFP

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