Inter-provincial bus services to Thailand’s North, Northeast and East to resume

Inter-provincial bus services to Thailand’s North, Northeast and East to resume

Bus services to the South to resume from 1 June.

Bangkok, 17 May 2020, at 09.00 Hrs. – The Transport Co., Ltd. has announced the resumption of inter-provincial bus services on the Northern, Northeastern and Eastern routes from 18 May, after more than a month of suspension due to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak.
The resumption of bus services to the North will be on seven routes: Bangkok-Chiang Mai, Bangkok-Chiang Rai, Bangkok-Uttaradit, Bangkok- Sukhothai’s Sarachit, Bangkok-Tak’s Mae Sot, Bangkok-Phetchabun’s Lom Kao, and Bangkok- Kamphaeng Phet’s Khlong Lan.
On the Northeastern and Eastern routes, there will be a resumption of bus services on nine routes: Bangkok- Nong Bua Lam Phu, Bangkok-Sakhon Nakhon, Bangkok-Loei’s Chiang Khan, Bangkok-Surin, Bangkok-Buri Ram, Bangkok-Si Sa Ket’s Kantharalak, Bangkok-Si Sa Ket, Bangkok-Surin’s Rattanaburi, and Bangkok-Chanthaburi.
Services on the Southern routes will resume from 1 June and will include three routes: Bangkok-Surat Thani’s Ko Samui, Bangkok-Phuket, and Bangkok-Trang.
For health and safety, all staff are instructed to strictly adhere to personal health routines and undergo fever screening before work and wear a surgical or cloth mask at all times while on duty. All buses must be sanitized and disinfected regularly and must be left under the sun after services for at least 1-2 hours every day.
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Social distancing measures are applied on all buses and at every station, with specific points for standing and sitting assigned at a one-meter distance.
Fever screening of passengers is applied at every train station, and passengers with a body temperature higher than 37.5 degrees Celsius will be denied from boarding the bus.
Passengers are required to wear a surgical or cloth mask throughout the journey, and those on inter-provincial travel are required to provide personal information to allow officials to keep track of them for medical checks.

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