Thailand’s colour-coded zoning for Covid-19 control will be discussed tomorrow by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration. Some restrictions are likely to be lifted in some provinces, such as the ban on dine-in services at restaurants in “dark red” zones.
The colour scale goes from green to dark red, with green provinces reporting no recent Covid-19 infections. Under the current zoning, all provinces are either orange, red or dark red.
Cases remain high in Bangkok, the epicentre of infections and a “dark red” zone under maximum control, but many provinces have reported little to no recent coronavirus infections. Those provinces are likely to be reclassified with fewer restrictions.
The current zoning went into effect on May 1. The CCSA will review the zoning and restrictions tomorrow. Many provinces are likely to be reclassified on the zoning scale, with restrictions potentially loosening up. The CCSA will make an announcement tomorrow.
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