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The red area adjusts to open department stores 11.00-20.00 Convenience stores 05.00-22.00 Start

Mr. Yan Phoksap, president of the Thai Retailers Association, informed that the Thai Retailers Association And the Thai Shopping Center Association realizes the need to take measures to take measures to prevent COVID outbreaks to a new level. Both association members and network partners across the country will increase intensive measures to screen consumers into shopping malls and department stores at the highest level. By announcing the postponement of the opening-closing of shopping malls and department stores nationwide from 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM, except supermarkets, hypermarts and restaurants located in shopping centers will continue to operate until 9:00 p.m. Provides service from 5:00 am-10:00pm, effective only in the red areas of 18 provinces. From Sunday 25 April until Sunday 2 May 64 (except for the announcement of the province specifying anything other than this)

Due to the situation of the spread of COVID-19 infection. Today, the infection rate is around 8 hundred thousand people worldwide, and it is likely to remain high. Meanwhile, on Saturday, May 24, Thailand saw a total increase of 2,839 rats, the highest rate ever seen since the outbreak last year. This indicates that the epidemic is more severe and broader than the previous wave, according to the outbreak data, next week (25 Apr.-May 2) will be the peak of risk. Two weeks later, it was a time when the chart would clearly be pointing upward or downward. And the Thai Shopping Center Association Still, activities involving large numbers of people were still suspended This includes allowing employees to work at home (Work From Home) to increase the potential of every department to effectively control the new epidemic.

The Thai Retailers Association and the Shopping Center Association will lead the private sector in all sectors to cooperate in controlling the COVID-19 epidemic. To finish as soon as possible


– InfoQuest by Thanawat Suea Yam Tel. 02-2535000 ext. 325 Email: [email protected]

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