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Yala tightens travel restrictions, controls at government offices, banks to contain COVID-19

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The Yala provincial administration, today (Monday), started tightening up travel restrictions by requiring all travellers entering this southern border province of Thailand to have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine.


Those who have not been vaccinated will also be banned from doing business at all government offices and banks.


Twelve checkpoints, each manned by police, army officers, local administration and public health officials and community leaders, have been set up on roads, linking Yala with Pattani, Narathiwat and Songkhla, to make sure that travellers have been inoculated with at least one dose.


Full Story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/yala-tightens-travel-restrictions-controls-at-government-offices-banks-to-contain-covid-19/


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The low rate of vaccine uptake is one of the reasons for the surge. Lockdowns on the way for sure.


Mutual activities such as eating and drinking tea together, crowded religious activities and other ceremonies, the low rate of Covid vaccine intake and the proximity to neighbouring Malaysia are some of the causes for the outbreak in the south, the CCSA said. Many active clusters in Pattani were from weddings.



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