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Updated list of Covid hotspots in and around Bangkok

THE Bangkok Metropolitan Administration updated its list of dangerous places in the metropolis and adjacent provinces where it is easy to catch Covid with the data collected during April 19-29 and released today (May 3). 

The following are the 32 hotspots to avoid:

  1. Fitness First Siam Paragon, Pathumwan district;
  2. Bang Phlat market, Bang Phlat district;
  3. The Social Welfare Council of Thailand, Ratchathewi district;
  4. Food section, The Mall Bang Khae, Bang Khae district;
  5. Lotus Bangkapi, Bangkapi district;
  6. Huai Khwang market, Din Daeng district;
  7. 7.The Crystal Ratchapruek, Nonthaburi province;
  8. Central Rama 2, Bang Khun Thian district;
  9. Talat Thai, Pathum Thani province;
  10. Market Today, Bang Kapi district;
  11. Bus number 140;
  12. Fashion Island Khanna Yao, Khanna Yao district;
  13. 13.Office of the Narcotics Control Board, Phayathai district;
  14. Bang Bamru Railway Market, Bangkok Noi district;
  15. Momo Paradise Restaurant, Future Park Rangsit, Pathum Thani province;
  16. Central World, Pathumwan district;
  17. Talat Phlu, Thonburi district;
  18. Siam Paragon, Pathumwan district;
  19. Wat Sai Yai, Nonthaburi province;
  20. Sabai Massage Shop, Khlong San district;
  21. Thai Watsadu, Nawamin Branch, Bueng Kum district;
  22. Big C Sai Noi, Nonthaburi province;
  23. Prachaniwet market, Chatuchak district;
  24. 7-Eleven Soi Thung Mangkorn 12, Taling Chan district;
  25. Big C Saphan Mai, Don Mueang, Bang Khen district;
  26. B-Gallery, Baiyoke Building 3, Ratchathewi district;
  27. Department of Legal Execution, Bangkok Noi district;
  28. Bueng Kum market, Bueng Kum district;
  29. Chokchai 4 market, Wang Thonglang district;
  30. Tha Prachan Amulet Market, Phra Nakhon district;
  31. Mo Chit Transport Office (Old), Chatuchak district;
  32. Larb Ped Yaso Rong Mueang, Pathumwan district.

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