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Phitsanulok shuts high-risk places after first Covid-19 case

Mar 26. 2020
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Phitsanulok Governor Pipat Ekkaphan ordered on Wednesday (March 25) the closure of high-risk places in the province from March 26 to April 30, as a measure to tackle the Covid-19 situation.

Restaurants, coffee shops, as well as other food and drink sellers, have been allowed to sell their products for takeaway only. The places have been prohibited to allow customers to sit in their premises, except hotels, who are allowed to provide food and drink exclusively for their guests.

Meanwhile, department stores have been closed as well, but banks, supermarkets, pharmacies, and shops that sell necessary things in the department stores have been allowed to open. However, the stores’ restaurants have been permitted to provide only takeaway service.

Likewise, fresh markets have been closed, except shops and stalls of – food, cooked food, ingredients, animal feed, and other necessary things – and pharmacies.

Other closed places included flea markets, night bazaars, walking streets, shrines, temples, salons, tattoo and piecing shops, service providers of skate and rollerblade, amusement parks, bowling and game centres, snooker and golf clubs, pools, cockfight stadiums, amulet markets, exhibition centres, educational institutions, beauty clinics, spas, pet salons, massage parlours, theatres, cinemas, fitness clubs, entertainment venues, boxing stadiums and camps, stadiums, playgrounds, parks, museums, and libralies.

On Wednesday (March 25), Phitsanulok confirmed its first Covid-19 patient case.

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