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Are people travelling from Bangkok to other provinces (yellow or green ones) subject to 14 days quarantine, or just required to show a Covid-19 free certificate not older than 38 hours?

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2 hours ago, abrahamzvi said:

Are people travelling from Bangkok to other provinces (yellow or green ones) subject to 14 days quarantine, or just required to show a Covid-19 free certificate not older than 38 hours?

Most have the 14 days coming from a red Zone.

Surprisingly the best place to confirm this is the TAT site, (tatnews.org.th)

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2 hours ago, abrahamzvi said:

Are people travelling from Bangkok to other provinces (yellow or green ones) subject to 14 days quarantine, or just required to show a Covid-19 free certificate not older than 38 hours?

if coming from high risk area ie; Red Zone,  yes. to 14 days. But i was told that if wanted to go from Khon Kaen to yasthoton, No. only self monitoring . look at province ruling on, tatnews.org. may help, But !!!

 

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So all the higher zones will travel to the yellow zones and then it becomes a marron zone . we will all be Marooned !!!! na that won't happen 

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27 minutes ago, Pilotman said:

so I was told on this forum, just today, that travel between provinces was now allowed with no restrictions?  Wrong again.  I do wish people would not just make it up as they go along. It's like a virus on TVF.  This forum is so full of misinformation and wishful thinking that it's almost useless as a primary source of correct intelligence, unless its UbonJoe or Sheryl giving their take on things.   

I consider it amazing that we have two consistently accurate people on this site, we must be lucky ! 👌

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33 minutes ago, PJPom said:

I consider it amazing that we have two consistently accurate people on this site, we must be lucky ! 👌

indeed so

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A little more clarity on interprovincial travel via road in private car or bike would be nice.

 

Even on the TAT site it merely says for all zones...

"√ Screening in place for Thai travellers, especially those from the maximum and high controlled areas."

 

What that exactly entails and what you need to do/have when crossing provincial borders would be helpful to know, but it seems to be something a bit ambiguous at the moment ... unless,of course, we are just supposed to experience the whim of the local fuedal lord governor and his wishes on the subject, which isn't helpful.

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6 hours ago, FNQ said:

Most have the 14 days coming from a red Zone.

Surprisingly the best place to confirm this is the TAT site, (tatnews.org.th)

Controlled areas (20 provinces): (region by region) Central: Ang Thong, Ayutthaya, Lop Buri, Nakhon Nayok, Nakhon Pathom, Samut Songkhram, Saraburi, Sing Buri and Suphan Buri; East: Chachoengsao, Chanthaburi, Chon Buri, Prachin Buri, Rayong, Sa Kaeo and Trat, and West: Kanchanaburi, Phetchaburi, Ratchaburi, and Tak.  

Reopening with strict disease control measures allowed for:
√ Entertainment venues of all types including pubs, bars and karaoke shops, but dining-in and the sale and consumption of alcoholic drinks must stop at 23.00 Hrs. Music performances are allowed, but dancing is prohibited.
√ Restaurants and eateries, but sales and consumption of alcoholic beverages must end at 23.00 Hrs.
√ Shopping malls, department stores, community malls, supermarkets and convenience marts can resume normal operating hours, but crowd activities are prohibited.
√ Screening in place for Thai travellers, especially those from the maximum and high controlled areas.
√ Bath and massage parlours, but with a limited number of customers.
√ Spas and Thai traditional massage shops, but with a limited number of customers.
√ Indoor gyms and fitness centres and boxing stadiums. Competitions can be organised with a limited number of audiences.  

Closure orders remain in place for:
X Gambling venues of all types, including fighting cock and bull venues.     no mention of quarantine just screening .Whatever that is .!

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It seems that some restrictions in Chiang Mai Province are different from other provinces. Like from February 1st, 2021, is the movement of foreign workers between the provinces still not allowed! This is a problem for some companies that have work to do in neighboring provinces.

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9 hours ago, Snig27 said:

 You can also go to a 7-eleven, buy a few beers, sit on the road with your friends and drink them without issue, sharing germs, but you can't go into the restaurant next to that road, in a controlled hygienic space, and drink that same beer with food. 

The power of CP I guess. 

The leader must be onto a new phenomenon, drinking beer in restaurants transmits C19. 

Now we know this it's time for him to let me rest of the world know this, after all wasn't he going to offer advice to the WHO before captain Fishmonger arranged a shipment of slaves into LOS 

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On 1/31/2021 at 8:40 AM, rooster59 said:

Here’s a guide to which businesses can open in your province on Monday

Suwit Rattiwan

 

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BANGKOK (NNT) - According to Dr Taweesin Visanuyothin, the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) approved new criteria and color coding for provinces as the situation has improved in some areas.

 

Maximum control (Maroon): Samut Sakhon

 

The following locations will remain closed:

  • Pubs, bars, karaoke and all entertainment venues
  • Boxing training camps, indoor gyms and fitness centres
  • Amulet shops- Spa, massage outlets and similar establishments
  • Schools, educational institutions and tutorial schools
  • Amusement parks, playgrounds
  • Gaming arcades
  • Internet cafes
  • Exhibitions, meeting halls and other gathering venues
  • Bus terminals

 

The following locations can continue operating under strict preventive measures:

  • Flea markets (social distancing measures must be in place and customers limited)
  • Restaurants can operate until 9pm but are not allowed to serve alcohol
  • Malls and department stores can open until 9pm
  • Child and elderly care centres can only open for permanent residents
  • Hotels and temporary accommodations must use a tracking system to check on the number of people entering and exiting

 

High control (Red): Bangkok, Pathum Thani, Samut Prakan, Nonthaburi

 

  • Pubs, bars, karaoke and all entertainment venues remain closed for in-house service, but takeaways are allowed
  • Restaurants can serve until 11pm but no alcoholic drinks are allowed (people can take alcoholic drinks home)
  • Schools, educational institutes and tutorials can open provided classes are kept small
  • Seminars, banquets or catered events can be held with no more than 100 participants. No alcohol or dancing is allowed at these events.
  • Department stores, malls and supermarkets can open, but no activities or promotions that bring many people together are allowed.
  • Convention halls or exhibitions can open provided all preventive measures are followed
  • Migrant workers must limit their movements, use the MorChana tracking app and seek permission from health officers for inter-provincial travel
  • Massage shop and spa can open but customers limited
  • Gyms, fitness centres, boxing camps can open and hold matches but without an audience

 

Medium control (Orange): Kanchanaburi, Chanthaburi, Chachoengsao, Chonburi, Chai Nat, Trat, Tak, Nakhon Nayok, Nakhon Pathom, Prachinburi, Phetchaburi, Rayong, Ratchaburi, Lopburi, Samut Songkhram, Sa Kaew, Saraburi, Suphanburi, Ayutthaya and Ang Thong

 

  • Pubs, bars, karaoke and entertainment venues can operate provided customer numbers are limited. Alcohol can be served until 11pm and live music allowed provided nobody dances
  • Restaurants can open under social-distancing practices until 11pm
  • Seminars, banquets and catered events can be held with no more than 300 participants
  • No alcohol or dancing is allowed at these events.- School, education institute, or tutorial school can open but classes must be kept small
  • Department stores, malls and supermarkets can open as normal, provided no promotions bringing together people are held
  • Conventions or exhibitions allowed provided all preventive measures are in place
  • Gyms, fitness centres and boxing training camps can hold competitions with a limited audience

 

High surveillance (Yellow): Kamphaeng Phet, Chaiyaphum, Chumphon, Nakhon Ratchasima, Nakhon Sawan, Narathiwat, Buri Ram, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Phang Nga, Phetchabun, Yala, Ranong, Songkhla, Sukhothai, Surat Thani and Uthai Thani

 

- Pubs, bars, karaoke and other entertainment venues can open and serve alcohol until midnight. Customers must be limited

- Restaurants can open under social-distancing practice until midnight

- Department stores, malls and supermarkets can open as per normal but no activities bringing people together allowed

- People travelling from high-risk areas will be screened

- Massage parlours, massage outlets and spas can open as per normal

- Gyms, fitness centres and boxing training camps can open and competitions can be held with a limited audience.

 

The rest of the provinces have been marked green, or under surveillance, can allow entertainment venues, including pubs, bars and karaoke, to open providing operators follow preventive measures.

 

These provinces are also required to screen people entering the province.

 

Dr Taweesin said that though the virus situation in many provinces is improving, people still need to maintain good hygiene practices, at least until the virus becomes a regular disease that health authorities can handle.

 

The new measures will go into effect from February 1.

 

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"Pubs, bars, karaoke and all entertainment venues remain closed for in-house service, but takeaways are allowed"  !!!!! That sounds very complicated to me.... 55555555

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15 hours ago, Burma Bill said:

Glad I live in Cambodia, no coloured zones here with BS regulations and mandatory rules!

Come visit us, different experience... :cheesy:🤣 Why do you use , different geographic location, " fake info " in your avatar???

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It is not clear

 

 

The rest of the provinces have been marked green, or under surveillance, can allow entertainment venues, including pubs, bars and karaoke, to open providing operators follow preventive measures.

 

These provinces are also required to screen people entering the province  ????????

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What do they mean by 'controlled zone' is that just checking temp on leaving and entering. As usual clear as mud. Tomorrow I must drive from Trat to Korat and return (day after)still not sure if i need travel papers now and whether my friend in Korat will need same to come to trat. 

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On 1/31/2021 at 8:40 AM, rooster59 said:

Here’s a guide to which businesses can open in your province on Monday

Suwit Rattiwan

 

b5c2392ccca05be8f7aef82a785f0953_small.png

 

BANGKOK (NNT) - According to Dr Taweesin Visanuyothin, the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) approved new criteria and color coding for provinces as the situation has improved in some areas.

 

Maximum control (Maroon): Samut Sakhon

 

The following locations will remain closed:

  • Pubs, bars, karaoke and all entertainment venues
  • Boxing training camps, indoor gyms and fitness centres
  • Amulet shops- Spa, massage outlets and similar establishments
  • Schools, educational institutions and tutorial schools
  • Amusement parks, playgrounds
  • Gaming arcades
  • Internet cafes
  • Exhibitions, meeting halls and other gathering venues
  • Bus terminals

 

The following locations can continue operating under strict preventive measures:

  • Flea markets (social distancing measures must be in place and customers limited)
  • Restaurants can operate until 9pm but are not allowed to serve alcohol
  • Malls and department stores can open until 9pm
  • Child and elderly care centres can only open for permanent residents
  • Hotels and temporary accommodations must use a tracking system to check on the number of people entering and exiting

 

High control (Red): Bangkok, Pathum Thani, Samut Prakan, Nonthaburi

 

  • Pubs, bars, karaoke and all entertainment venues remain closed for in-house service, but takeaways are allowed
  • Restaurants can serve until 11pm but no alcoholic drinks are allowed (people can take alcoholic drinks home)
  • Schools, educational institutes and tutorials can open provided classes are kept small
  • Seminars, banquets or catered events can be held with no more than 100 participants. No alcohol or dancing is allowed at these events.
  • Department stores, malls and supermarkets can open, but no activities or promotions that bring many people together are allowed.
  • Convention halls or exhibitions can open provided all preventive measures are followed
  • Migrant workers must limit their movements, use the MorChana tracking app and seek permission from health officers for inter-provincial travel
  • Massage shop and spa can open but customers limited
  • Gyms, fitness centres, boxing camps can open and hold matches but without an audience

 

Medium control (Orange): Kanchanaburi, Chanthaburi, Chachoengsao, Chonburi, Chai Nat, Trat, Tak, Nakhon Nayok, Nakhon Pathom, Prachinburi, Phetchaburi, Rayong, Ratchaburi, Lopburi, Samut Songkhram, Sa Kaew, Saraburi, Suphanburi, Ayutthaya and Ang Thong

 

  • Pubs, bars, karaoke and entertainment venues can operate provided customer numbers are limited. Alcohol can be served until 11pm and live music allowed provided nobody dances
  • Restaurants can open under social-distancing practices until 11pm
  • Seminars, banquets and catered events can be held with no more than 300 participants
  • No alcohol or dancing is allowed at these events.- School, education institute, or tutorial school can open but classes must be kept small
  • Department stores, malls and supermarkets can open as normal, provided no promotions bringing together people are held
  • Conventions or exhibitions allowed provided all preventive measures are in place
  • Gyms, fitness centres and boxing training camps can hold competitions with a limited audience

 

High surveillance (Yellow): Kamphaeng Phet, Chaiyaphum, Chumphon, Nakhon Ratchasima, Nakhon Sawan, Narathiwat, Buri Ram, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Phang Nga, Phetchabun, Yala, Ranong, Songkhla, Sukhothai, Surat Thani and Uthai Thani

 

- Pubs, bars, karaoke and other entertainment venues can open and serve alcohol until midnight. Customers must be limited

- Restaurants can open under social-distancing practice until midnight

- Department stores, malls and supermarkets can open as per normal but no activities bringing people together allowed

- People travelling from high-risk areas will be screened

- Massage parlours, massage outlets and spas can open as per normal

- Gyms, fitness centres and boxing training camps can open and competitions can be held with a limited audience.

 

The rest of the provinces have been marked green, or under surveillance, can allow entertainment venues, including pubs, bars and karaoke, to open providing operators follow preventive measures.

 

These provinces are also required to screen people entering the province.

 

Dr Taweesin said that though the virus situation in many provinces is improving, people still need to maintain good hygiene practices, at least until the virus becomes a regular disease that health authorities can handle.

 

The new measures will go into effect from February 1.

 

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-- © Copyright NNT 2021-01-31
 

Friends in Rayong say that bars remain closed. Do I get a reward for reporting fake news?

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