BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand is redoubling efforts to stop the spread of the coronavirus in labor camps, factories and markets as the number of new cases surges to record levels. A government spokesman says public health authorities met with labor and industry officials to discuss better ways to curb infections that are concentrated in crowded, high-risk places. Concern over the risings numbers prompted the government to overrule a plan by Bangkok’s governor to ease some pandemic restrictions in the capital, including the reopening of parks. The government reported a record 5,485 new cases, with nearly 2,000 in prisons. Confirmed deaths increased by 19, bringing the total to 1,031 since the pandemic began.