The number of infections and deaths tends to decrease, Asia gradually relaxes restrictions on epidemic prevention


The number of daily deaths from COVID-19 in Thailand has fallen below the threshold of 200 people, the number of new infections is also on a downward trend. In light of these positive developments, Thailand is planning to reopen Bangkok and many popular tourist destinations in October, to revive the tourism industry that has been hit hard by COVID-19. Travelers who are fully vaccinated and have had a series of necessary tests can visit these sites.


All public and private high schools in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh will be reopened from September 15 after a long period of closure due to the risks of the COVID-19 epidemic.

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This decision was made based on the high rate of vaccination against COVID-19 for teachers, education workers and young people aged 12 to under 18, as well as a decreasing trend in infection rates. stable in the capital Phnom Penh.

South Korea

South Korea is aiming to adopt a model of safe coexistence with COVID-19 when the vaccination rate reaches 80% of adults. Currently, the country is stepping up vaccination work to achieve the above goal by the end of October. Korea is also planning to vaccinate teenagers and pregnant women from next month.


The Japanese government stated that epidemic prevention is still the highest priority, but gradually easing measures are being taken into account. The Japanese government said it is starting to consider the appropriate use of vaccination certificates and negative test certificates. This is expected to soon lead to the normalization of socio-economic activities and tourism.

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