Bangkok releases website with 11 “high-risk” areas including Banglamung where people can report themselves over Covid – 19 precautions

Bangkok/ Banglamung –

Bangkok has released a website to warn people who have visited eleven “high-risk” places including Banglamung in which people in Bangkok now are being asked to report themselves over Covid – 19 precautions.

People who have visited these places below can register at this link

Eleven “risky” places are
People who have visited these five provinces since December 15th
1. Samut Sakhon Province

2. Bang Rakam sub-district in Nakhon Chaisri district, Sa See Moom, Huay Muang, Sa Pattana sub-district in Kampang Saen district, Bang Luang, Don Toom sub-district in Bang Laen district in Nakhon Pathom province

  1. Moo 5 and Moo 6 in Sao Tong Hin sub-district in Bang Yai District (Central Market Bang Yai) in Nontaburi Province
  2. Banglamung district in Chonburi province
  3. Mueang Rayong district in Rayong province

People who have visited these places below:
6. Groove Evening on Borom Ratchachonnanee Road in Arun Amarin since December 13th.

  1. New Jazz opposite The Mall Tha Phra since December 25th.
  2.  The Sun on Sirindhorn Road since December 25th.
  3.  The Roof Bar on Phra Ram 3 from December 13th to December 30th.
  4. Esan Krong Kaew restaurant.
  5. Nong Mai Plaza (Nong Mai Karaoke) Soi Aomsin in Bang Yeekan, Bang Na from December 15th to December 26th.

Please register here or contact the Bangkok Health Office hotline 02-203-2393 and 02-203-2396.

By reporting yourself for having recently been to these “risky” areas you, according to Bangkok Health Officials, help them stop any potential spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus.


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Goong Nang is a News Translator who has worked professionally for multiple news organizations in Thailand for many years and has worked with The Pattaya News for more than four years. Specializes primarily in local news for Phuket, Pattaya, and also some national news, with emphasis on translation between Thai to English and working as an intermediary between reporters and English-speaking writers. Originally from Nakhon Si Thammarat, but lives in Phuket and Krabi except when commuting between the three.