The Bangkok Metrpolitan Administration (BMA) has agreed to allow the reopening of eight areas of activities but not decided on the date yet, Pongsakorn Kwanmuang, a spokesman for the BMA, said.
After the executive meeting, BMA is preparing to issue relief measures, since the current one will end on April 30, with eight types of locations to be opened as follows:
1 Restaurants: People can eat there but seats must be kept 1.5 metres apart and alcoholic beverages are barred; timings must adhere to the Emergency Decree.
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