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Stricter Covid restrictions likely for Bangkok, other “at-risk” provinces


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The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration meets today to consider a number of tougher restrictions aimed at flattening the curve of new infections in Bangkok and a number of other provinces. Yesterday, cases reached a record high of 7,058, with 75 Covid-related deaths. According to a Bangkok Post report, PM Prayut Chan-o-cha says the government, which is still resisting the idea of a full lockdown, will consider a number of strict measures at a CCSA meeting later this morning. “We may have to take stricter measures to restrict movements to prevent crowd gatherings and close additional premises. As the director […]

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And this will have ZERO affect on the spread of the virus.

This isn't a restriction - cutting operating hours - it just means if you have something to do, you have less time to do it in, so in effect, they may actually be increasing contact among people who need to do their shopping, etc. by forcing them into a shorter time frame.

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