11 July 2024

Many tourist attractions in Thailand’s northeastern province of Loei have reopened, after being temporarily closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Attractions, such as the “Chiang Khan Skywalk”, reopened onJanuary 22nd, while Phu Kradueng and Phu Pa Po national parkswill reopen on February 1st.

The governor of Loei, Chaitawat Niamsiri, said that the province has not found any new COVID-19 infections in the last 13 days. The provincial communicable disease committee, however, willfinalise the easing of restrictions on February 1st.

Meanwhile, in Rayong province, flea markets have reopened for a second day, with strict protection measures in place. Visitors must wear face masks and get their temperatures checked before entering.

Rayong has not found any new infections for three consecutive days. The cumulative number of infections in the provinceremains 577. 18 people are still receiving treatment and 558 have recovered.