Traffic on the beachfront roadway in Bang Saen grinds to a stop on June 3, 2020, triggering authorities to buy its momentary closure. (Saen Suk police headquarters picture)

The mayor of Muang Saen Suk town in Chon Buri on Sunday alerted that Bang Saen beach might deal with another closure if travelers stop working to follow Covid-19 security guidelines.

Narongchai Khunplome published the caution on Facebook, stating if visitors heading to Bang Saen do not adhere to Covid-19 precaution, the federal government might close the beach once again.

The popular beach resumed on June 1. Nevertheless, the federal government is extremely worried about the possibility of a 2nd wave of Covid-19 infections.

Mr Narongchai published his details after seeing crowds flock to the beach the other day, with many individuals stopping working to observe social distancing rules.

” If travelers continue to breach health steps, closure can be imposed when again,” he stated.

Crowds were likewise identified on Bali Hai Pier awaiting the Koh Larn ferryboat in Pattaya as officers took temperature levels and tape-recorded the names of travelers or inquired to sign up at the Thai Chana site.

Beaches far from Bangkok, such as Koh Phi Phi island in Krabi, nevertheless, stay deserted as domestic tourist is yet to see individuals take a trip far from Bangkok.

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