Thailand enters third phase of lockdown hinh anh 1In Thailand (Photo: Internet)

Bangkok (VNA)
– Thailand entered the third phase of its lockdown on June 1, with moderate-risk businesses allowed to be reopened, while the country observes a shortened curfew from 9pm to 3am.

The same day, the country recorded only one COVID-19 imported case and zero death, marking the seventh consecutive day without transmission in the community.

Also as of June 1, Thailand confirmed 3,082 infections, including 57 deaths and 2,965 recovered patients

As scheduled, the country’s reopening in July will be the final stage in Thailand’s two-month lockdown.

The pandemic cost Thailand’s tourism industry 40 percent in revenue in the first quarter.

Phuket beaches remain closed indefinitely, but the open beaches in Hua Hin and Rayong are drawing crowds of travellers./.