The country logged 5,406 new COVID-19 cases over the past 24 hours and Bangkok still had the most cases at 1,678.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has intensified its measures to control COVID-19 including the one-month-long closure of construction workers’ camps.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha remained undecided if Bangkok should be locked down for seven days to control COVID-19, saying the issue needed careful consideration.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) allows eight kinds of business and activities to either resume or operate with less restriction today including restaurants, convenience stores and supermarkets.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration said it received 35,000 more vials of COVID-19 vaccines equivalent to 350,000-420,000 doses and would use it for the inoculation of registrants whose appointments had been deferred.
The Bangkok communicable disease control committee allowed five types of business to reopen on June 14.
The Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration turned down the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration’s decision to resume five kinds of business on June 1 and ordered their closure to continue for 14 days.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration started its registration of COVID-19 vaccine seekers through www.ไทยร่วมใจ.com and other channels today.
Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) plans to launch the web-based system for Covid-19 vaccine registration for people aged 18-59 years old.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) and the private sector set up 14 locations for COVID-19 vaccination outside hospitals with the inoculation capacity of 20,500 jabs a day.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha assured that COVID-19 would be under control and field hospitals could be set up in Bangkok and other provinces to contain the disease.
The Supreme Administrative Court prohibits the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration from constructing walkways on both banks of the Chao Phraya River.