Thailand imposes nightly curfew in Bangkok amid surge in virus, World News
Amid a surge in coronavirus cases in the country, Thai authorities imposed on Thursday night curfew in Bangkok, including ten provinces, to fight the spread of the virus.
The country reported 9,276 people, killing 72, on Thursday when authorities stalled unnecessary travel and ordered people not to leave their home until 4 a.m. after 9 p.m.
Bangkok has seen a surge in cases as officials ordered beauty salons, shopping malls, including popular spa and massage stores, to close from Monday.
Last month, the authorities in Bangkok again imposed restrictions on stopping work on construction sites and ordered them Restaurants close to contain a wave of coronavirus cases.
Officials had discovered a coronavirus cluster in Bangkok’s upscale clubs, including those in overcrowded prisons, when checkpoints opened in Bangkok’s southern provinces Narathiwat, Pattani, Yala and Songkhla.
The government Coronavirus task force ordered residents to work from home, with residents not being allowed to gather in groups of more than five people.
However, the authorities have allowed Supermarkets, Banks and pharmacies will remain open from 9 p.m. when local public transport is closed.
The virus disorder has the tourism Sector hard, which generates at least 20 percent of the country’s national income.
The authorities had tried to travel to the popular holiday island. to crank Phuket However, not many travelers have signed up to allow vaccinated travelers a quarantine-free vacation, despite the government’s announced plans to allow fully vaccinated travelers from October.
Phuket had closed most of its hotels for over a year. However, reportedly two-thirds of Phuket’s population were at that time vaccinated.
However, the authorities had others Restrictions with travelers who are asked to stay at their holiday destination for at least 14 days if they are traveling across the country and want to take three coronavirus tests.
(With contributions from agencies)