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Chonburi: Checkpoints cancelled, bars, pubs, swimming pools given green light to reopen

 

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A checkpoint in Chonburi, file photo,  Chonburi PR

 

Chonburi Public Relations department has confirmed the easing restrictions throughout the province, including in Pattaya.

 

As of Monday (1 Feb) entertainment  venues in the city, such as bars, pubs and clubs, can re-open and serve alcohol but strict social distancing measures must be in place and venues must close by 11pm. The same measures also apply to restaurants, it was announced late on Friday.

 

Gyms, fitness centres, massage parlours, cinemas, water parks and swimming pools, including those at condominiums can re-open,  as can almost all other venues that had previously been ordered closed.

 

Convenience stores such as 7-Eleven and Family Mart can open between 5am and 11pm.

 

On Saturday morning, it was announced that all 17 checkpoints throughout the province will also stop and there is no longer a requirement for people to quarantine themselves on arrival in the province. Those travelling outside the province no longer need to seek permission from the local authority.

 

Elsewhere, Koh Si Chang is also open to visitors.
 

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it's strange, because in bangkok drinks still can't be served.

also just yesterday all hotels in chonburi were officially ordered to close (more to do with the government covid compensations and dole for unemployed). But now, with everything opened, there might be a shortage of rooms over weekends. Hotels can still open, but have to inform authorities, possibly facing check ups and covid permissions.

All openings, even restrictions, should be done gradually, depending on assessing risks. Quarantine should also be shortened gradually, down to only 3 days.

There seems to be contradictory, unreasonable actions, which don't instil trust in the governing 

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7 hours ago, redwood1 said:

The hotels can now close at the same time restrictions are lifted??

 

Someone having fun making people confused....

That`s why Thailand is called "Land Of Smiles" the smiles are hiding the confusion...  :clap2:

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3 hours ago, internationalism said:

it's strange, because in bangkok drinks still can't be served.

also just yesterday all hotels in chonburi were officially ordered to close (more to do with the government covid compensations and dole for unemployed). But now, with everything opened, there might be a shortage of rooms over weekends. Hotels can still open, but have to inform authorities, possibly facing check ups and covid permissions.

All openings, even restrictions, should be done gradually, depending on assessing risks. Quarantine should also be shortened gradually, down to only 3 days.

There seems to be contradictory, unreasonable actions, which don't instil trust in the governing 

You clearly have no understanding of what's going on with hotels. Can I suggest you start to read articles fully and not just headlines

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yes, they closed hotels (probably they opened in June), to claim dole money for employees.

So the large part/the majority of hotels will now close, thus causing overstretch for those wishing to remain opened.

They should close already in december, when the second wave starter and chonburi was put into red zone.

there is no red zone anymore in chonburi, so bangkokians might travel there for weekend booze and party.

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4 hours ago, redwood1 said:

The hotels can now close at the same time restrictions are lifted??

 

Someone having fun making people confused....

No confusion, it's quite simple really....

Hotels that feel they cannot sustain operations and pay staff with only minimal guests booking in have the option to temporarily close, thus allowing staff to get government assistance.

Those that wish to remain open can do so, but have to inform the authorities first.

What's confusing about that?

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52 minutes ago, andygrr said:

Will you still need to get the form for permission to travel (drive) between say Pattaya and Hua Hin provincial 

Only from the missus.😄

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6 hours ago, rooster59 said:

Chonburi: Checkpoints cancelled, bars, pubs, swimming pools given green light to reopen

 

138504601_3846873965376396_3007319105046884175_n.jpg

A checkpoint in Chonburi, file photo,  Chonburi PR

 

Chonburi Public Relations department has confirmed the easing restrictions throughout the province, including in Pattaya.

 

As of Monday (1 Feb) entertainment  venues in the city, such as bars, pubs and clubs, can re-open and serve alcohol but strict social distancing measures must be in place and venues must close by 11pm. The same measures also apply to restaurants, it was announced late on Friday.

 

Gyms, fitness centres, massage parlours, cinemas, water parks and swimming pools, including those at condominiums can re-open,  as can almost all other venues that had previously been ordered closed.

 

Convenience stores such as 7-Eleven and Family Mart can open between 5am and 11pm.

 

On Saturday morning, it was announced that all 17 checkpoints throughout the province will also stop and there is no longer a requirement for people to quarantine themselves on arrival in the province. Those travelling outside the province no longer need to seek permission from the local authority.

 

Elsewhere, Koh Si Chang is also open to visitors.
 

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THAILAND 🇹🇭.. The country with the lowest number of people who have COVID 19 ... 

 

If you don’t know way they have so low numbers ? 
And maybe you are thinking a bit about How can it be so low .. ???

 

Please look at the photo .. this is what Thailand calling a test center check point .. which means that it’s only people who drive and passing by a check point like that who will get a test... not all people are driving.. witch mean that it’s not even 25% of the Thai people who get a test .. and only a very few number of people are tested compared to the size of the country 😰 

Many country as Denmark 🇩🇰 are testing more then 100.000 people a day .. 👍👍👍

 

They supposed to make free test center all over thailand.. but no .. they smelling money 💵 and charge people 2.000 / 5.000 baht for a hospital Covid test 😩

 

Its so sad and Terrible that the Thai government don’t follow the same way as they do world wide.. 🤬🤬🤬🤬

 

And now they open up .. 🤯

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I give Bangkok governors one week to open, as the roads will be packed on route to Pattaya next weekend, mass movement of booze seekers,  is that a good idea? and I wanted a weekend in Bangers...seeking booze. Mai pen rai.

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Please look at the photo .. this is what Thailand calling a test center check point .. which means that it’s only people who drive and passing by a check point like that who will get a test... not all people are driving.. witch mean that it’s not even 25% of the Thai people who get a test .. and only a very few number of people are tested compared to the size of the country 😰 

Many country as Denmark 🇩🇰 are testing more then 100.000 people a day .. 👍👍👍

 

They supposed to make free test center all over thailand..but no .. they smelling money 💵 and charge people 2.000 / 5.000 baht for a hospital Covid test 😩

 

Its so sad and Terrible that the Thai government don’t follow the same way as they do world wide.. 🤬🤬🤬🤬

 

And now they open up .. 🤯

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where is this in Thailand? 
 

I went to Bangkok two week ago to a hospital in the red zone. There was no check points set up. The people were going about their business as if there wasn’t a covid 19 out there. 
 

Yes it is strange but they don’t have to worry about me. I enjoy my daily walks before people get to moving and getting plenty of rest the entire day. 🙏🙏🙏

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4 hours ago, Steen Nystrup said:


 

THAILAND 🇹🇭.. The country with the lowest number of people who have COVID 19 ... 

 

If you don’t know way they have so low numbers ? 
And maybe you are thinking a bit about How can it be so low .. ???

 

Please look at the photo .. this is what Thailand calling a test center check point .. which means that it’s only people who drive and passing by a check point like that who will get a test... not all people are driving.. witch mean that it’s not even 25% of the Thai people who get a test .. and only a very few number of people are tested compared to the size of the country 😰 

Many country as Denmark 🇩🇰 are testing more then 100.000 people a day .. 👍👍👍

 

They supposed to make free test center all over thailand.. but no .. they smelling money 💵 and charge people 2.000 / 5.000 baht for a hospital Covid test 😩

 

Its so sad and Terrible that the Thai government don’t follow the same way as they do world wide.. 🤬🤬🤬🤬

 

And now they open up .. 🤯

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If they followed the world like sheep, then they might have millions of cases like other Countries.  Thailand has handled this situation in the best manner possible.  I applaud Thailand!!  Feel so blessed to have been here during this worldwide fiasco.   About the same number of deaths from Covid in an entire year, as road accidents in a single day... Great job Thailand!

 

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3 hours ago, sanuk711 said:

Bars to open....gosh the police will be glad to hear this.....did you see how much debt they are in....:w00t:

The whole country and its people are on the verge, they had no choice but to open.

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Seems to me like the powers that be in Thailand are coming the realisation that covid can not be controlled like the people, and it is going to be a case of live with it or sink.

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8 hours ago, Ron jeremy said:

The whole country and its people are on the verge, they had no choice but to open.

Are they? All of the places I would go to pre-covid are still operating. Supermarkets, shops, pharmacies, barber, mom&pop stores, home improvement, building supplies, etc. Some have even extended / enlarged / refurbished their premises. I do see a lot of places now closed and remember visiting some of them before, recalling the service nonexistent, the prices exorbitant and wonder that they even lasted as long as they did. 

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12 hours ago, Steen Nystrup said:


 

THAILAND 🇹🇭.. The country with the lowest number of people who have COVID 19 ... 

 

If you don’t know way they have so low numbers ? 
And maybe you are thinking a bit about How can it be so low .. ???

 

Please look at the photo .. this is what Thailand calling a test center check point .. which means that it’s only people who drive and passing by a check point like that who will get a test... not all people are driving.. witch mean that it’s not even 25% of the Thai people who get a test .. and only a very few number of people are tested compared to the size of the country 😰 

Many country as Denmark 🇩🇰 are testing more then 100.000 people a day .. 👍👍👍

 

They supposed to make free test center all over thailand.. but no .. they smelling money 💵 and charge people 2.000 / 5.000 baht for a hospital Covid test 😩

 

Its so sad and Terrible that the Thai government don’t follow the same way as they do world wide.. 🤬🤬🤬🤬

 

And now they open up .. 🤯

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I think we all know the answer to your truthful comments. You can use any number of adjectives (or a combination thereof) to describe it. What really frosts my backside is that our respective embassies here in toilet-land are doing "ABSOLUTELY NOTHING" to make sure their own citizens are treated fairly and taken care of.

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10 hours ago, Ron jeremy said:

The whole country and its people are on the verge, they had no choice but to open.

So happy to hear that the opening of bars and GO-GOs, will bring a country back from ...."the Verge"

 

Maybe they should take this tip in bognor regis.................:coffee1:

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22 hours ago, internationalism said:

it's strange, because in bangkok drinks still can't be served.

also just yesterday all hotels in chonburi were officially ordered to close (more to do with the government covid compensations and dole for unemployed). But now, with everything opened, there might be a shortage of rooms over weekends. Hotels can still open, but have to inform authorities, possibly facing check ups and covid permissions.

All openings, even restrictions, should be done gradually, depending on assessing risks. Quarantine should also be shortened gradually, down to only 3 days.

There seems to be contradictory, unreasonable actions, which don't instil trust in the governing 

As far as I read these permissions do NOT apply to BKK. 

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2 hours ago, Keesters said:

Are they? All of the places I would go to pre-covid are still operating. Supermarkets, shops, pharmacies, barber, mom&pop stores, home improvement, building supplies, etc. Some have even extended / enlarged / refurbished their premises. I do see a lot of places now closed and remember visiting some of them before, recalling the service nonexistent, the prices exorbitant and wonder that they even lasted as long as they did. 

Chinese and Russian Triads money laundering...555555 :cheesy:🤣🥶

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4 minutes ago, dcnx said:

As long as it’s filthy Burmese in Bangkok and the virus is unable to jump to other people, this is a great idea.

So now you put Burmese people on the same level as dirty Farang ?????

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