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Lifting of some COVID restrictions takes effect Friday, more people travel


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Today (Friday) is the first on which many businesses in Thailand’s 29 COVID-19 “dark red” provinces have seen some restrictions eased, as the situation improves.

 

Among the changes is the shortening of the night curfew, from 9pm-4am to 10pm-4am, while the state of emergency remains in place until the end of November.

 

Businesses and activities allowed to reopen and resume today include children’s nurseries, child development centres, libraries, museums, nail salons, tattoo parlours, spas, health centres, indoor sports arenas, gyms, cinemas and live music in restaurants.

 

Full Story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/lifting-of-some-covid-restrictions-takes-effect-friday-more-people-travel/

 

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2 hours ago, Mavideol said:

let's wait 1-2 weeks and report the increase of infections.... in order to ease restrictions they have to increase the number of vaccinated people and I didn't see any drastic changes on that front. Countries in Europe are easing restrictions as they have an average rate of 80-85% vaccinated people thus felt within the expected herd immunity, here in Thailand it appears the percentage it's around 27-28%  

It all has little with mandates and restrictions and whatnot - 

What will be helpful if the good population observes personal and strict protocol practices. 

The obvious and known reason as to why the bug spreads.

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6 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Businesses and activities allowed to reopen and resume today include children’s nurseries, child development centres, libraries, museums, nail salons, tattoo parlours, spas, health centres, indoor sports arenas, gyms, cinemas and live music in restaurants.

So why is there a photo of buses lined up at Mochit bus station? 

 

 

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Thai Authorities have seen what is happening around the World with Countries in Europe UK, Etc and other opening up, and they think they should be able to do the same thing.

The difference is that those Countries around the Globe that are opening up, are doing so because they are able to control, and monitor the Covid situations in their relative Countries. The populations are more highly Vaccinated, the Health Services are better, and the Governments are not afraid of making hard decisions should they be needed.

On top of these factors, those Countries that have opened up, are performing massive testing on a Daily basis to monitor the Covid situation.

Thailand has non of these criteria in place, and still wish to open up with poor testing, low Vaccination rates, inadequate Health Services and a spineless Government.

Good Luck with the outcome on that.

 

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3 hours ago, Cake Monster said:

Thai Authorities have seen what is happening around the World with Countries in Europe UK, Etc and other opening up, and they think they should be able to do the same thing.

The difference is that those Countries around the Globe that are opening up, are doing so because they are able to control, and monitor the Covid situations in their relative Countries. The populations are more highly Vaccinated, the Health Services are better, and the Governments are not afraid of making hard decisions should they be needed.

On top of these factors, those Countries that have opened up, are performing massive testing on a Daily basis to monitor the Covid situation.

Thailand has non of these criteria in place, and still wish to open up with poor testing, low Vaccination rates, inadequate Health Services and a spineless Government.

Good Luck with the outcome on that.

 

So do you think Thailand should remain completely locked down?  

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