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Thailand plans to close all bars, pubs and massage parlors in 41 provinces for 14 days

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According to spokesman Dr Taweesin Visanuyothin, spokesman for Thailand’s Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), all entertainment venues in 41 provinces, including Bangkok, should be closed for 14 days in an effort to further spread COVID. 19 to avoid.

The proposal is expected to be signed by the prime minister tomorrow (Friday).

Daily News reported that the proposal would close all pubs, bars, karaoke, and massage parlors in 41 counties for 14 days.

It is not yet known whether restaurants will be included in the closing decision.

The 41 counties include:

1. Bangkok

2. Pathum Thani

3. Nonthaburi

4. Nakhon Pathom

5. Samut Prakan

6. Samut Songkhram

7. Samut Sakhon

8. Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya

9. Saraburi

10. Lopburi

11. Nakhon Nayok

12. Chonburi

13. Rayong

14. Chanthaburi

15. Prachin Buri

16. Chachoengsao

17. Sa Kaeo

18. Suphanburi

19. Kanchanaburi

20. Ratchaburi

21. Prachuap Khiri Khan

22. Phetchaburi

23. Ranong

24. Chumphon

25. Nakhon Si Thammarat

26. Phuket

27. Surat Thani

28. Songkhla

29. Yala

30. Narathiwat

31. Nakhon Ratchasima

32. Khon Kaen

33. Chaiyaphum

34. Udon Thani

35. Buriram

36. Loei

37. Chiang Rai

40. Tak and

41. Phetchabun

At the time of posting, there are no restrictions on domestic travel in Thailand, with the prime minister reiterating that there are no plans to enforce a national lockdown.

The news comes after Thailand reported its first case of the more contagious British strain of the virus on Wednesday.

Earlier today, provincial health officials in Phuket and Prachuap Khiri Khan ordered all bars shut for 10 and 4 days, respectively.

During today’s daily COVID-19 briefing, the CCSA reported 405 new COVID-19 cases.

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This is a report in development and will be updated as necessary.

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