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Bus services to the South resume from June 9

Jun 06. 2020
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By The Nation

The inter-provincial bus company, Transport Co Ltd, will resume services between Bangkok and the South from June 9 (Tuesday), after public transport was suspended to curb the Covid-19 contagion.

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration has allowed public transport operators to provide cross-country services during the curfew hours.

The company will reopen the following routes to the South:

Bangkok (Mo Chit 2) - Koh Samui

Bangkok (Mo Chit 2) - Phuket

Bangkok (Mo Chit 2) - Dannok

Bangkok (Mo Chit 2) - Satun

Bangkok (Mo Chit 2) - Krabi

Bangkok (Mo Chit 2) - Chumphon

Bangkok (Mo Chit 2) - Langsuan

Bangkok (Mo Chit 2) - Dan Jadeesammon

Bangkok - Thup Lamu - Phang Nga

Bangkok - Takuapa - Kokkloy

Bangkok - Phuket

Bangkok - Krabi

Bangkok - Nakhon Si Thammarat - Songkhla

Bangkok - Nakhon Si Thammarat - Huasai

Bangkok - Trang

Bangkok - Trang - Satun

Bangkok - Sungai Kolok

Bangkok - Yala - Betong

Bangkok - Satun

Bangkok - Koh Samui

Bangkok - Donsak

Bangkok - Hat Yai

Bangkok - Hat Yai - Songkhla

Bangkok - Klongtom - Krabi

To prevent the spread of Covid-19, Transport Co Ltd has implemented measures specified by the Public Health and Transport ministries, such as ensuring social distancing, prohibiting passengers from eating or drinking inside the bus, and wearing face mask all the time.

"Passengers' temperature must be measured. Those with temperature over 37.5 degrees Celsius will be prohibited from travelling," the officials at Transport Co Ltd said.

"Meanwhile, passengers must undergo Covid-19 preventive measures in each province, while they must check-in and check-out via ThaiChana platform or fill out the health questionnaire to enable the government to monitor Covid-19 patients effectively."

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