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Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha is due to consider the new restrictions in a meeting on Friday.Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha is due to consider the new restrictions in a meeting on Friday.

Thai authorities propose tighter curbs as COVID-19 deaths climb - SE Asia - The Jakarta Post

Thailand's health ministry said on Thursday it had proposed new travel curbs and tighter restrictions in high-risk areas to contain COVID-19 cases, as the country reported a daily record of 75 deaths from the coronavirus. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha is due to consider the new restrictions in a meeting on Friday. The health ministry has proposed measures to limit people's travel from their home and a curb on inter-provincial travel as well as closing non-essential venues and areas that attract crowds, said health ministry permanent secretary Kiatiphum Wongrajit.Thailand's health ministry said on Thursday it had proposed new travel curbs and tighter restrictions in high-risk areas to contain COVID-19 cases, as the country reported a daily record of 75 deaths from the coronavirus. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha is due to consider the new restrictions in a meeting on Friday. The health ministry has proposed measures to limit people's travel from their home and a curb on inter-provincial travel as well as closing non-essential venues and areas that attract crowds, said health ministry permanent secretary Kiatiphum Wongrajit.

Thai authorities consider tighter curbs as COVID-19 deaths climb

Thailand’s top Covid-19 panel is set to consider a partial lockdown of the nation’s worst virus-hit regions, including the Bangkok metropolitan area, to quell the deadliest wave of infections.Thailand’s top Covid-19 panel is set to consider a partial lockdown of the nation’s worst virus-hit regions, including the Bangkok metropolitan area, to quell the deadliest wave of infections.

Thailand weighs partial lockdown after tenfold surge in Covid-19 cases | Fin24

Thai authorities on Friday afternoon approved stricter measures for 10 Thai provinces including Bangkok that will impose overnight curfew, limit opening hours of several venues and ban gatherings of five people Effective Monday, people living in...Thai authorities on Friday afternoon approved stricter measures for 10 Thai provinces including Bangkok that will impose overnight curfew, limit opening hours of several venues and ban gatherings of five people Effective Monday, people living in...

Effective on Monday, 10 Thai provinces impose overnight curfew, bans gathering of 5 people | Coconuts Bangkok

Today, the Centre for Covid19 Situation Administration (CCSA) meets to debate imposing more stringent Covid measures in Bangkok and its vicinity as well as the the four southernmost provinces in a new bid to battle Covid-19.Today, the Centre for Covid19 Situation Administration (CCSA) meets to debate imposing more stringent Covid measures in Bangkok and its vicinity as well as the the four southernmost provinces in a new bid to battle Covid-19.

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Thailand imposes tougher Covid-19 curbs, including Bangkok curfewThailand imposes tougher Covid-19 curbs, including Bangkok curfew

Thailand imposes tougher Covid-19 curbs, including Bangkok curfew - RFI

Thailand announced tighter restrictions in the capital Bangkok and nine provinces on Friday in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, including travel curbs, mall closures, a curfew and limits on the size of gatherings.Thailand announced tighter restrictions in the capital Bangkok and nine provinces on Friday in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, including travel curbs, mall closures, a curfew and limits on the size of gatherings.

Thailand imposes stricter measures to slow virus spread | Reuters

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The spread of the delta variant nationwide and low rate of vaccinations mean new cases and fatalities will continue to spike, according to health experts.The spread of the delta variant nationwide and low rate of vaccinations mean new cases and fatalities will continue to spike, according to health experts.

Thailand’s full reopening in doubt with tenfold surge in COVID-19 | The Japan Times

Critics have slammed the government for a slow vaccine rollout and insufficient prevention measures. There is also growing concern over the future of tourism, as officials roll out a new scheme to draw visitors.Critics have slammed the government for a slow vaccine rollout and insufficient prevention measures. There is also growing concern over the future of tourism, as officials roll out a new scheme to draw visitors.

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Measures include a ban on gatherings of more than five people and reducing operating hours for some businesses.. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -Measures include a ban on gatherings of more than five people and reducing operating hours for some businesses.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Thailand tightens Covid-19 curbs in Bangkok and other hot spots as deaths rise, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

BANGKOK, July 9 — Thailand will announce new travel restrictions, mall closures and curbs on gatherings in the capital Bangkok and surrounding provinces starting next week, in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, two government sources told Reuters. The government will issue a...BANGKOK, July 9 — Thailand will announce new travel restrictions, mall closures and curbs on gatherings in the capital Bangkok and surrounding provinces starting next week, in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, two government sources told Reuters. The government will issue a...

Thailand to impose tighter restrictions to slow virus spread | World | Malay Mail

BANGKOK: A lockdown may be considered to curb the spread of COVID-19 if new cases continue to surge, National Security Council secretary-general Natthapol Nakpanich said.

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Thailand will reimpose a nightly curfew for Bangkok and nine other provinces for 14 days, starting midnight Monday (July 12), as the country battles to contain an escalating Covid-19 outbreak.

Thailand tightens restrictions in Bangkok and several provinces to curb Delta surge | TTG Asia

Thailand plans to convert a terminal at the nation's main international airport into a field hospital as a surge in coronavirus infections that's straining the nation's public health system shows...Thailand plans to convert a terminal at the nation's main international airport into a field hospital as a surge in coronavirus infections that's straining the nation's public health system shows little sign of easing.

Thailand will turn Bangkok terminal to hospital as COVID worsens | The Seattle Times

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BANGKOK: Bangkok and nine provinces will go into lockdown from Monday (Jul 12) as COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Thailand, the Centre for ...BANGKOK: Bangkok and nine provinces will go into lockdown from Monday (Jul 12) as COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Thailand, the Centre for ...

Bangkok and 9 provinces in lockdown from Jul 12 as COVID-19 cases surge, curfew imposed from 9pm onwards - CNA

Residents barred from gathering in groups of more than five people, public transport shut down after 9 pm.Residents barred from gathering in groups of more than five people, public transport shut down after 9 pm.

Covid-19: Thailand imposes tougher curbs, including Bangkok curfew - News | Khaleej Times

Unnecessary travel will be prohibited. (People) won't be allowed out of their homes from 9 pm to 4 am except for necessary cases.Containment measures include a ban on gatherings of more than five people, closing of spas and beauty clinics and reducing the operational hours for some businessesUnnecessary travel will be prohibited. (People) won't be allowed out of their homes from 9 pm to 4 am except for necessary cases.Containment measures include a ban on gatherings of more than five people, closing of spas and beauty clinics and reducing the operational hours for some businesses

Going to Thailand? Strict Covid-19 curbs imposed, night curfew in Bangkok, 9 provinces

Thai authorities announced a seven-hour night curfew across the capital Bangkok and nine provinces on Friday, along with tougher restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Thai authorities announced a seven-hour night curfew across the capital Bangkok and nine provinces on Friday, along with tougher restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

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