The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has announced the scheduled reopening of 127 national parks across Thailand from 1 July, following the temporary closure from 25 March as part of the nationwide effort to contain the spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

From 1 July, a total of 64 national parks will be fully reopened and another 63 will partially reopen. 

Thailand has ranked second best in the world out of 184 countries for its ongoing COVID-19 recovery effort, according to a study produced by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and top-level organisations in Malaysia.

As of mid-June, it is probably fair to say that Thailand has emerged victorious in the fight against the first wave of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak with far fewer community spread infections and fatalities than expected.

This year Evo Eduro 2020 will be going even further into “Amazing Thailand” as the Club will head all the way to Chiang Mai and Mae Hong Son, attacking the infamous ‘1, 864 corners’ along the way!-HS

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