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The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration meets today to review the curfew in place in dark red provinces, and to discuss the easing of some restrictions. However, Dr Opas Karnkawinpong from the Department of Disease Control says the CCSA will be asked to keep the 9pm – 4am curfew as is until the end of this month. While the hours may be adjusted according to the needs of each province, Opas says they should be kept as they are in Bangkok until the end of September. The Bangkok Post reports that the Public Health Ministry will also propose the easing […]

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10 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

easing of some restrictions

The law regarding mandatory mask while more than 2 people in a vehicle, is the last they should revoke. Imagine how many lives that are saved.

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26 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration meets today to review the curfew in place in dark red provinces, and to discuss the easing of some restrictions. However, Dr Opas Karnkawinpong from the Department of Disease Control says the CCSA will be asked to keep the 9pm – 4am curfew as is until the end of this month. While the hours may be adjusted according to the needs of each province, Opas says they should be kept as they are in Bangkok until the end of September. The Bangkok Post reports that the Public Health Ministry will also propose the easing […]

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There cant be any meaningful easing of restrictions without removal of curfew,

Unlikely however, as the curfew is nothing to do with virus, and everything to do with trying to control the protests.

 

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There is something about the midnight hour. The air is thinner, and seems to transmit more disease. 

Fortunately the smart officials are all over this issue. 

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