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Video: Bangkok, Hanoi and Yangon are up after coronavirus shutdown

Restaurants and shopping malls reopen, but with a 'new normal' in place

Thailand is one of a number of Southeast Asian countries that will be looking at a "new normal" as the country reopens amid the ebbing coronavirus outbreak. (Photo by Akira Kodaka)

BANGKOK/KUALA LUMPUR/HANOI/YANGON -- Thailand, Vietnam and other countries in Southeast Asia are lifting restrictions on activities imposed due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, gradually bringing everyday life back to normal.

Restaurants and other businesses are reopening while schools have resumed classes after temporary closures in some countries.

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