Tags : Market


Banglamung orders temporary closure of two markets due COVID

The Banglamung District Chief Wuttisak Sainghadachoe ordered the temporary closure of two markets in Banglamung for seven days starting earlier this week. The order states, “Many Covid -19 confirmed cases have been found in market workers and vendors, as well as resellers of market supplies. Some patients have given timelines to authorities that they went […]Read More


‘Talad Thai’, largest wholesale fresh market placed under tighter controls

“Talad Thai”, Thailand’s largest fruit and vegetable market, in Bangkok’s neighbouring province of Pathum Thani, has been declared a maximum controlled and restricted zone. Pathum Thani’s Governor Chaiwat Chuenkosum yesterday issued an order placing the market under tighter control, after new clusters of infection, in the province and elsewhere, were traced back to the market. […]Read More


Authorities deny hundreds caught COVID at Silom market

Bangkok’s Bang Rak district office has denied reports that 310 people were infected with Covid-19 at Lalai Sap market in Silom and that the market has been ordered closed indefinitely. Contrary to widely spread reports, there have been just 13 infections at the market on Silom Soi 5 since May 26, the district office said […]Read More


Pak Khlong Talat flower market in Bangkok now a ghost

Pak Khlong Talat market is well known as Thailand’s biggest market for fresh-cut flowers from across the country and from other parts of the world, such as the Netherlands. Any kind of flower you can imagine, from colourful orchids, lilies and jasmine, to Dutch roses and tulips and grandiose floral arrangements are available at wholesale […]Read More


10 Bangkok markets closed to curb COVID-19 spread

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has ordered the closure of 10 markets in the capital, as the rate of new COVID-19 infections is still increasing and spreading across the city. The markets ordered to close are: -Ying Charoen Market, Bang Khen district (May 14th – 24th) -Din Daeng Central Market (May 12th – 21st) -Bang […]Read More


Toilet turnstile blamed for 867 COVID-19 infections found in a

867 out of 10,480 vendors and workers at the Simummuang fruit and vegetable market in Pathum Thani province screened for COVID-19 by health officials, or 8%, tested positive for the virus, with most infections appearing to have come from touching the turnstile at the coin-operated public toilets in the market. The figure followed screening of […]Read More


Twofresh markets in Bangkok closed after traders and workers found

The Central Din Daeng and Yingcharoen markets in Bangkok are to be closed from tomorrow (Sunday) until May 21st and May 23rd respectively, after several traders and workers in there were found to be infected with COVID-19. The National Housing Authority’s Nakhon Luang housing office issued the order on Friday, after the Din Daeng district […]Read More


Gems market in Chanthaburi closed for 14 days after African

The famous Gems Market, or Gems Road, in Thailand’s the eastern province of Chanthaburi has been ordered to close for 14 days, after a group of 52 African gem traders were found to be infected with COVID-19. Dr. Apirak Pisut-arporn, the provincial health chief, said Friday that this cluster of infections has affected a large […]Read More