Thai Government considering easing curfew and restrictions as Covid-19 cases drop Nationwide

Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha, speaking from Government House in Bangkok yesterday, said that the overall decline in cases and infections, especially as proactive testing was taking place in hot zones, was a positive sign and that the Thai Government would consider easing curfew and restrictions by the end of the month if the current downward trend continued.

The current Emergency Decree ends on April 26th, however, it is widely expected by the public to be extended. However, Prime Minister Prayut said that the Covid-19 Situation Administration Center would make that decision later this month based on the current trend of infections.

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