The Grand Palace and the Emerald Buddha Temple will open to visitors from November 1 onward, according to the announcement of the Bureau of the Royal Household on Tuesday.
Covid-19 preventive measures will be in place such as wearing of face mask at all time in the Grand Palace and surrounding areas to ensure the safety of everyone.
Visitors will be required to scan the QR code of the Thai Chana tracing platform at every entrace, or write their name and phone number in the visitor log.
Alcohol and hand sanitzers operated by food will also be available at every entrance and surfaces of all public restrooms will be cleaned and disinfected every 20 minutes.
Additionally, medical professionals will be around during opening hours to provide medical aids in case of emergency.
Source: The Nation
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