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Free from Covid-19 for a month, Chiang Mai reaches out to tourists

Jun 19. 2020
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By The Nation

The government and the private sector in Chiang Mai province have joined hands to launch the "Chiang Mai Safety City Destination" on Thursday (June 18), encouraging tourists to visit the province without worries following the Covid-19 outbreak.

The Covid-19 outbreak severely impacted tourism in Chiang Mai, but the province has not had any Covid-19 cases for a month.

According to a Suan Dusit Poll survey, Chiang Mai was ranked the No 1 tourist destination people wanted to visit after the Covid-19 crisis was overcome.

Pornchai Jitnawasathian, chairman of Chiang Mai Safety City Destination project, said that the project aimed to publicise the readiness for safe tourism, as well as create confidence among tourists on service standards.

"Venues will strictly follow measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19, so tourists and visitors can travel and shop in Chiang Mai safely," he said.

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