There are 14 Covid-19 checkpoints around Bangkok 24/7 for vehicles returning to Bangkok after the New Year’s Holiday. Silpsuay Rawisangsun the Permanent Secretary for the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration reported that the Covid-19 situation has resulted in an immediate order to limit the spread of the virus. Related sectors are to set up Covid-19 traffic checkpoints to screen those entering or re-entering the capital during this time. There are a total of 14 checkpoints around Bangkok. The checkpoints will start on 2 January 2020 during all hours. This will help to screen those who left Bangkok for other provinces to visit their hometowns during the New Year’s. Covid-19 case numbers have started rising again in Thailand and travels during the new year’s celebration has raised fear amongst the people of the virus spreading even more. This is a safety precaution to protect travelers and Bangkokians.
1. In front of Big C Mall Chaeng Wattana heading into Bangkok.
2. Warehouse No.7 on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road heading into Bangkok.
3. Don Muang Tollway heading into Bangkok.
4. Under the Maha Nakhon Expressway on Suwinthawong Road, Nong Chok District entering Bangkok.
5. In front of the Esso gas station near the Bearing BTS Station on Sukhumvit Road.
6. In front of the Nation building on Bangna-Trad Road.
7. Burapha Withee expressway Phra Khanong District entering Bangkok.
8. In front of the Toyota Showroom on Ratchaphruek Road, Taling Chan District.
9. Under the Phutthamonthon Sai 3 Bridge on Baromrajchonnee Road in Thawi Watthana District heading into Bangkok.
10. Under the Bhumibol Bridge on Suksawat Road in Rat Burana District.
11. In front of the PTT Gas Station Rama II Branch on Rama II Road, Bang Khun Thian District.
12. In front of the BKK Museum in Bang Khun Thian District.
13. In front of the Asian University on Phet Kasem Road in Nong Khaem District.
14. In front of the Sueksa Nari Witthiya 2 School on Ekkachai Road, Bang Bon District.
FB Caption: These traffic checkpoints will help screen people returning to Bangkok after the New Year’s Holiday.
Source: INN News