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What could happen after April 30? Thailand’s new ‘normal’

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What could happen after April 30? Will it be the same in all provinces? Will the government prioritise public health, or a return to business? At this stage no final decisions are made.

This is a collection of the latest information from various sources which provide a framework for what is likely to be the Thai government’s response to the next phase of the Covid-19 outbreak – the gradual re-opening of Thailand for business.

The focus for the government is on provinces which have remained free of coronavirus infections, or had at least 2 weeks without new infections. This is what we know at the moment. Tim Newton reports on Thailand News Today…

 

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    Banana split

    April 21, 2020 at 10:35 pm

    Yeaahh let the Chinese come back with the second Waive virus , second ban alcohol for another 6 months and third raise the electric bills 5 times:)

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