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Thailand tightens public health restrictions amid surge in Covid-19 cases

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Bangkok, Jan 4 (EFE/EPA).- The Thai government has declared stricter health measures and ordered nationwide partial business shutdowns for 28 'red zones' provinces including Bangkok.The public have been asked not to travel to curb a new wave of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic of which hundreds of local new coronavirus cases have been reported daily. (Camera: RUNGROJ YONGRIT). SHOT LIST: NASAL SWAB TEST FOR COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS AMID THE NEW WAVE OF THE PANDEMIC AT A 'MAXIMUM CONTROL' OF A MIGRANT WORKERS COMMUNITY IN BANG YAI MARKET, IN THE RED ZONE PROVINCE OF NONTHABURI, THAILAND.

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