Phuket closes all high-risk places
PHUKET — The Contagious Diseases Committee approved the proposal of closing all high-risk places in the province from today to March 31 in order to prevent people contracting Covid-19.
The places the province is closing are malls, pharmacies, shops, entertainment venues, spas, restaurants, amulet markets, golf clubs, pet-service shops, beauty clinics, barber and tattoo shops, and swimming pools of both government and private organisations.
Those who violate the order under the Contagious Disease Act 2015 will be imprisoned for up to one year or fined up to Bt100,000, or both.
Source: The Nation
Photo: The Private World
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