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Thailand steps up COVID-19 testing, vaccination amid surge of infections in Bangkok

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Bangkok, Apr 14 (EFE/EPA).- Thai authorities continued Wednesday to step up both COVID-19 testing and vaccinations in high risk areas following the recent spike in cases mostly linked to entertainment venues.Bars and other nightlife establishments in 41 provinces were shut down for two weeks from Apr. 10 to 23. (Camera: DIEGO AZUBEL).SHOT LIST: PEOPLE UNDERGO A NASAL SWAB TEST TO DETECT COVID-19 AT THE BACKPACKERS' HOTSPOT OF KHAOSAN ROAD IN BANGKOK, THAILAND

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