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Pubs, bars may open on July 1 if they follow 22 iron-clad rules

By The Nation

 

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A meeting between the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA)’s special taskforce committee and entertainment venue operators resolved that pubs, bars and entertainment venues could be allowed to open from July 1 provided they strictly observe following 22 practices:

 

• Controlling the number of patrons to ensure the venue does not get congested;

• Checking every customer and staff member’s temperature;

• Providing alcohol-based hand sanitising gel at all entrances and other areas as necessary;

• Ensuring groups are no bigger than five;

• Ensuring customers queuing to be seated maintain social distancing;

• Ensuring all tables are at least 2 metres apart or are partitioned;

• Ensuring seats are at least one metre apart;

• Ensuring all venues are properly ventilated;

• Only eating and drinking is allowed;

• Beverages can only be served individually, and shared jugs or ice buckets are prohibited;

• Serving staff are required to wear a mask or face shield at all times;

• Stage or performance area must be partitioned, and audience must be at least 2 metres away from the stage;

• Event comperes or speakers are required to wear a face shield at all times;

• Patrons are not allowed to be loud or walk around the venue if not necessary;

• If the sharing of food or beverages cannot be avoided, everyone at the table must be provided with an individual serving spoon or glass;

• Toilets must be cleaned every 30 to 60 minutes;

• All tables, chairs and frequently touched surfaces must be cleaned regularly;

• No sports matches or competitions that will attract large groups of people are allowed;

• No video gaming or pub games like pool and darts will be allowed;

• Social distancing measures must be observed in smoking areas;

• No service personnel or public relations representatives are allowed to sit with customers.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30390097?utm_source=category&utm_medium=internal_referral

 

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10 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

Controlling the number of patrons to ensure the venue does not get congested;

 

10 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

No sports matches or competitions that will attract large groups of people are allowed

Surely the first precludes the second?

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3 minutes ago, mr mr said:

option b

 

purchase said alcohol at the nearest 7. sit on sidewalk. laugh at suckers 10 feet away following retarded rules. 

 

 

I usually find that it is the retards drinking outside 7-11's that get the biggest laughs.

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4 minutes ago, hotandsticky said:

 

 

I usually find that it is the retards drinking outside 7-11's that get the biggest laughs.

that was before the circus came to town. o wait.

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10 minutes ago, homeseeker said:

:Toilets must be cleaned every 30 to 60 minutes;" 

 

What? =

 

-Most bars in Patpong ain't been cleaned for 30 years!

When I got to that one, I laughed out loud! We are talking about bars in Thailand, right?

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43 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

Controlling the number of patrons to ensure the venue does not get congested;

What patrons, what congestion?

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13 minutes ago, homeseeker said:

:Toilets must be cleaned every 30 to 60 minutes;" 

 

What? =

 

-Most bars in Patpong ain't been cleaned for 30 years!

No wonder Thais are scared of covid spreading dirty bride seekers in Thailand.

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"NCC1701A you have been found guilty of violating rule 22 of the Covid19 safe bar regulations."

 

"It was her idea. I tried to stop her. Really."

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No sports matches or competitions that will attract large groups of people are allowed;

 

No service personnel or public relations representatives are allowed to sit with customers.

 

So no live football and no bar girls allowed to sit with customers, that's beer bars and go go bars finished.

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53 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

No video gaming or pub games like pool and darts will be allowed;

Yesterday I was in a pool bar in Bangkok and played pool.

I spoke with the owner and he told me they are officially open, not just a special deal with the BiB.

The customers were checked at the entrance and had to register (online or on paper) but inside nobody was wearing a mask.

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This is no longer about science it is clearly about control and oppression. No cases locally for a month means there is no need for restrictions of any sort.

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24 minutes ago, baansgr said:

You can still buy them a drink, they just can't sit with you...the way some brasses are it won't be any different really

Is that not the way they operate these bars in some other countries? You can watch but can't touch?

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Some great social distancing will be in place automatically..

 

The bars are in Thailand and the customers are in US, UK, Australia.

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Just now, Peterw42 said:

Some great social distancing will be in place automatically..

 

The bars are in Thailand and the customers are in US, UK, Australia.

Lots of bar visitors are locals. In my favorite bars few visitors are international tourists. Personally I won't miss them.

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I think my biggest fear , is them not washing the glasses and utensils properly.

Washing numerous items in the same water.

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