Phitsanulok, Thailand’s famous temple hall closed for 20 days

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The majestic vihara or auditorium is located at Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat in the Muang district. The noble Buddha Phra Phutta Chinnarat was closed for 20 days due to concerns about Covid-19. , Lottery tickets and other items are still open to the public. It is expected that the room will be closed on May 15, which will help contain the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic and should be carried out on the advice of the provincial health department. In the first round of the pandemic last April, the auditorium with the golden statue of Phra Phutta Chinnarat was closed for the first time, and there are usually tourists who respect the Buddha statues everywhere. An additional 12 cases of Covid-19 infection were detected in the province, bringing the total to 233. Of these, 7 have recovered and 226 are still receiving treatment in the hospital. Like most other provinces, the Governor Ronnachai Jitviset ordered the residents of Phitsanulok to wear masks outdoors. According to Article 51 of the Infectious Diseases Act, the maximum fine is 20,000 baht.

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