COVID-19 infection rate could delay Phuket’s reopening, governor warns

 COVID-19 infection rate could delay Phuket’s reopening, governor warns

Sun loungers on Patong Beach in Phuket. Image: jbremer57.



PHUKET: The planned reopening of the province to fully-vaccinated international tourists from July 1 may not materialise if the number of daily infections continues at the current rate, with no sign of it dropping, governor Narong Woonciew has warned.

“We have set a target for the number of daily infections to go down to one digit by May 15 so that we can re-open the island to international tourists on July 1.”

Full story: Bangkok Post

Achadthaya Chuenniran
BANGKOK POST



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