After the capital ordered the temporary closure of many Covid-19 high-risk venues from March 22 to April 12, five other provinces bordering Bangkok followed suit.
Permanent secretary Chatchai Promlert of the Interior Ministry said on Saturday that the communicable diseases committees of each of the five provinces had made the same resolution as the one by Bangkok earlier in the day.
The affected venues are department stores and some mass gathering venues, except supermarkets and convenience stores.
The five provinces that followed Bangkok are: Samut Prakarn, Samut Sakhon, Nakhon Pathom, Nonthaburi and Pathumthani.
Nonthaburi, Samut Prakarn and Samut Sakhon provinces have ordered the closure of many high-risk venues from March 22 to April 12, while Pathumthani has undertaken similar measures from March 22 to April 2 and Nakhon Pathom from March 22 to March 31.
Bangkok Metropolitan Administration earlier ordered the temporary closure of 26 types of venues it deems to be high risk for Covid-19 infection in the capital from March 22 to April 12.
Meanwhile, some border provinces have temporarily closed some permanent crossings in a move to slow the escalation of the Covid-19 situation. They have also closed some areas where only temporary access is permitted for the movement of goods.
Source: The Nation
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