CCSA approves extension of Thailand’s state of emergency until June 30

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) meeting approved on Friday, May 22 extension of the state of emergency for a month until June 30, as proposed by the National Security Council (NSC).

The NSC on Thursday (May 21) decided to propose the emergency matter as well as those related to the next phase of relaxation of the lockdown and curfew to the CCSA. It invited representatives from related agencies like national security, public health and economy to hold a meeting in order to discuss the state of emergency, which has been enforced since March 26.

After approval by the CCSA, the NSC will propose this matter again to the Cabinet next Tuesday.

Sources: NNT, The Nation

Photo: Bangkok Post