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Thailand to partially ease business lockdowns from September

Restaurants and shopping malls to reopen despite ongoing delta epidemic

BANGKOK -- Thailand will ease some of its business lockdown measures from Sept. 1, allowing so-called "high-risk businesses" to reopen.

Out of 77 provinces in Thailand, 29 are currently under stringent business restrictions and a nighttime curfew to contain the spread of the delta-strain outbreaks. The measures were implemented in mid-July and were set to expire by the end of August.

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