Parties and seminars have additionally been given the go-ahead, but cannot allow more than 300 people at any given time and must have proper anti-Covid preventive measures in place.
However, chicken fighting or cattle fighting grounds and “fighting fish” sites must remain shut until further notice.
Rayong Governor Channa Iamsaeng said on Tuesday that the province has not found any new Covid-19 case for the ninth day in a row. The cumulative total was 580 cases, with 570 having recovered and the others undergoing hospital treatment and expecting to be released in a few days.
The overall situation in the province was improving, he said.
He added that Rayong would hold a Valentine’s Day activity to stimulate tourism. The event, called “Release sweet clams and create sweet love at Rayong Aquariam”, will feature a rich variety of seafood and Otop products on sale. Entry is free for tourists.