Nightclubs in China have adapted to restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus outbreak, as seen at Shenzhen's OIL Club late on Saturday night.
«We had to close the night club for more than two months so we don't have any income at the time,» said the co-founder of OIL Club, where strict measures have been put in place to ensure that visitors are healthy.
People can be seen queuing outside the venue where they have to register to enter, the club's employees have to wear facemasks and plastic gloves, and surfaces get sanitised regularly.
«People are required to register their ID including their health code before entering the club. Every city in China has set up its health code to trace the travelling details of individuals of the last 14 days,» added the co-founder.
Clubs in Shenzhen, where no new cases have been reported in the last 45 days, have been allowed to operate since late March, but some residents have been reluctant to congregate in confined spaces due to fears of a second wave of COVID-19 in the country.