The province of Krabi will go under a second lockdown on Wednesday after new clusters were discovered in different districts on Sunday.
There were 64 new cases reported on Monday, linking them to three major clusters at the Ton Tuay market in Nua Khlong district, the Kaeo Korawaram temple in Muang Krabi district and on Phi Phi island, The Nation reported, adding that Phi Phi island will be under lockdown from September 18 to 24.
Malls and convenience stores were ordered to close by 8 pm and ensuring restaurants are only 25 percent full.
Schools are required to conduct online classes, while all sports clubs, gyms, massage parlours, internet cafes and gaming shops will remain closed.
Public transport is provided from 4am to 8pm. People are not allowed to leave their residence from 9pm to 4am and gatherings of more than five people are prohibited.
Travelers who wish to visit Krabi are required to present documents showing that they received both doses of the Sinovac or Sinopharm vaccines or the first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine no less than 14 days before entry, as well as Covid-19 negative test result within seven days.
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