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[Photos] Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual amid ongoing measures for coronavirus prevention

Thailand’s tourism and travel activities go on as usual.

Bangkok, 10 February, 2020 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to share photos showing tourists out and about enjoying travel experiences in Bangkok today. This is amid the ongoing measures by Thai authorities and the private sector on the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) acute respiratory disease control.

Bangkok’s Chinatown

  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual
  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual
  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual
  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual

Wat Phra Kaeo (Temple of the Emerald Buddha)

  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual
  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual

Wat Pho (Temple of the Reclining Buddha)

  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual
  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual

Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)

  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual
  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual

Erawan Shrine

  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual
  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual

BTS Chid Lom Station, near CentralWorld

Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual

Siam Paragon

  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual
  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual

Siam Center

Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual

Khaosan Road

  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual
  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual
  • Tourists are out and about in Bangkok as usual

TAT would like to reiterate that:

  • Thailand has effective health surveillance systems for disease control.
  • The Thai public and private sectors across the nation have stepped up hygiene measures.
  • Thailand’s tourism and travel activities go on as usual.

Reminders: Local and international tourists are advised to adhere to everyday hygienic habits: avoid eating uncooked food; use serving spoons and wash your hands.

Useful contacts:

  • Department of Disease Control Call Centre 1422
  • TAT Contact Centre 1672
  • Tourist Police 1155

All photos were taken on 10 February, 2020, by the TAT Newsroom team.

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