Video: Thailand: restaurants and bars closed in Bangkok for a month due to Coronavirus
2023 Author: Cody Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 19:13
Until now it had been one of the countries least affected by the Coronavirus, so much so that in many cases it is cited as an example and a case to be studied: now, however, also the Thailand confronts her little one lockdown, with the closure of bars and restaurants for a month.
In fact, starting from January 4th and until February 1st, all bars, discos, massage rooms, restaurants and even hairdressers, beauty centers and gyms will be closed. We will depart from Bangkok, the capital where the peak of infections was greatest.
Schools of all levels will also close for two weeks, and there will be a curfew from 10pm to 5am, as well as a ban on moving outside your province. The data, if looked at from our point of view, are not so alarming, but the peak is evident: just about ten days ago the country had about ten cases a day, while during the Christmas period they became several hundred.
To date, the total cases in Thailand are over seven thousand, with 64 deaths. The increase in cases was caused by an outbreak linked to the central fish market in the city of Samut Sakhon, not far from the capital.
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