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As preventative measures are about to be increased in Chonburi, including in Pattaya, anyone wishing to travel outside of the province will need permission granted from the local district administration from Saturday (1 May).

 

This is done in the form of a document which needs to be submitted, along with proof that the trip is essential.

 

Examples of an essential trip would be the need to travel to a medical appointment or for work.

 

If the trip is deemed to not be essential you could be refused permission to travel.

 

With your application you should submit, for example, details of your medical appointment.

 

If you are travelling for work reasons, you should get a letter from your employer confirming the reason for your trip. The letter will need to be signed by a senior member of staff such as a director/owner. 

 

Permission is not needed for anyone wishing to travel into the province. 

 

For many expats living in Pattaya and the surrounding area the nearest offices to submit your request will be at Banglamung District Office and the Muang Pattaya District Office, which are open from 8.30am to 4pm daily.

 

At the time of posting, the form that needs to be completed only appears to be available in Thai. 

 

As of Saturday (1 May) Chonburi will officially become a ‘dark red zone’ under maximum and strict Covid-19 control. 

 

As a result, more preventive measures will be in place throughout the province from Saturday, including the return of checkpoints, a ban on dining in restaurants and increased enforcement to stop people from gathering in public areas such as along Beach Road or in parks.

 

It is not yet clear whether beaches will be allowed to remain open.

 

The new measures were announced at a meeting held by the provincial governor and Chonburi Communicable Disease Committee on Friday afternoon.

 

An order officially confirming the restrictions is expected to be released on Friday evening.

 

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How would this work?

 

Would they need to check all cars, bikes, trains, buses and airports that leave the province for the required document?  Surely not.

 

Perhaps somebody can enlighten me.

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And how many cases will be caused by people queuing at Government offices to get permits to leave?

 

Trying to fight a virus with bureaucracy is like trying to fight a fire by throwing paper on it.

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Glad the Mrs did a bulk shop this afternoon, no need to go anywhere for the next 2 - 3 weeks, boring I know but hey what the heck, my only question though is if people have family or friends from out of province staying are they allowed to go home without jumping through hoops ? 

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I live in Rayong... right next to Chonburi and have to go to hospital there on a regular basis... can I go in from Rayong, then out?

 

Sounds silly but just curious...

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6 minutes ago, LazySlipper said:

I live in Rayong... right next to Chonburi and have to go to hospital there on a regular basis... can I go in from Rayong, then out?

 

Sounds silly but just curious...

"Examples of an essential trip would be the need to travel to a medical appointment or for work"

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35 minutes ago, anchadian said:

How would this work?

For Pattaya last year it worked quite chaotic.

Do you remember the traffic collapse on the first day and then changing the checkpoints later?

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1 hour ago, anchadian said:

How would this work?

 

Would they need to check all cars, bikes, trains, buses and airports that leave the province for the required document?  Surely not.

 

Perhaps somebody can enlighten me.

Just as last lockdown trains and buses wont let you on with out the letter giving you permission to leave Chonburi and yes expect police checkpoints all across Chonburi stopping people leaving the province without the permission letter. Face it we are all prisoners' in our own province again.

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2 hours ago, LazySlipper said:

I live in Rayong... right next to Chonburi and have to go to hospital there on a regular basis... can I go in from Rayong, then out?

 

Sounds silly but just curious...

Not silly at all. In fact, you asked an important question.

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1 hour ago, vienaurora said:

How about local tourists in Pattaya? Are they also required to get the letter when they want to go back to their own provinces?

Yes - you can check in, but you can never leave.

 

If entry to Chonburi in uncontrolled, but exit is restricted, then eventually everyone will be stuck in Chonburi.  It's like a black hole ..... with a beach.

 

Struggling to understand how this helps to control COVID.

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5 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

anyone wishing to travel outside of the province will need permission

 

OMG they got that the wrong way round

 

travel into Chonburi/pattaya should have been shut down 4 weeks ago

 

and now look at the state of the place

 

flicking fools

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7 hours ago, Kinnock said:

Struggling to understand how this helps to control COVID.

Seriously.....? 

It would be better if people were prevented from leaving other deep red zones at the same time, or entering Chonburi from say Bangkok.... that is how we got into this mess in the first place. Aided by people able to travel far and wide over Songkran.  It is like a scaled down version of how Australia is handling it but unlikely to be as well controlled. 

There is likely a lot of benefit in simply deterring the travels. 

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11 hours ago, Golden Triangle said:

Glad the Mrs did a bulk shop this afternoon, no need to go anywhere for the next 2 - 3 weeks, boring I know but hey what the heck, my only question though is if people have family or friends from out of province staying are they allowed to go home without jumping through hoops ? 

If anything like the last time here in Phuket they had to prove they lived in another province all of a sudden something like 40,000 people wanted to leave the island, Then I knew a couple of families who couldn't get back to Phuket because they was not registered in the Tabien baan here.

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11 hours ago, nightfox said:

Just as last lockdown trains and buses wont let you on with out the letter giving you permission to leave Chonburi and yes expect police checkpoints all across Chonburi stopping people leaving the province without the permission letter. Face it we are all prisoners' in our own province again.

 

 

Did that happen to you?

 

 

It didn't happen to me. On two trips between Chonburi and Buriram I was not challenged once.

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, rcuthbert said:

The Gyms are closing tomorrow. Time for the Tesco Fruit Pie diet program.

Ssssshhhhh............We don't want to start a panic buying.........

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Permission to leave is needed, but permission to come is not? Sounds little silly to me, may be little more than a little

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2 minutes ago, Skeptic7 said:

The madness continues. Utter idiocy. The sky isn't falling...much as they pretend it is. 😱

Perhaps they want to prevent a situation like in India, where the sky is indeed falling. 

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10 minutes ago, AhFarangJa said:

Ssssshhhhh............We don't want to start a panic buying.........

 

 

...It has already started judging by the number of people at Siamsburis yesterday.

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4 minutes ago, hotandsticky said:

 

 

...It has already started judging by the number of people at Siamsburis yesterday.

All the pies gone?

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6 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

Perhaps they want to prevent a situation like in India, where the sky is indeed falling. 

Actually, No...it's not. 

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Gyms are generally populated by healthy young  people, and the over 50 crew are in damn good shape. Both groups benefit from interaction with the like minded. Not to mention that  babes serve as training motivators. In short, gyms are full of people whose immune systems effectively fight off the virus.*

 

 

https://www.mayoclinic.org/treating-covid-19-at-home/art-20483273

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A friend posted an announcement about where the checkpoints will be effective this morning, but it's all in Thai. I haven't found an English version yet.

Note these are in Chon Buri. Not Rayong, or Korat, or Roi Et. I have no idea what the other provinces will do or what restrictions they may implement or if they will have checkpoints or what you may need to go through them.
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1 minute ago, Skeptic7 said:

Actually, No...it's not. 

You there or watching the reports?  Or is 3500 known daily deaths and 400,000 daily new infections trivial to you?

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8 minutes ago, Kerryd said:

A friend posted an announcement about where the checkpoints will be effective this morning, but it's all in Thai. I haven't found an English version yet.

Note these are in Chon Buri. Not Rayong, or Korat, or Roi Et. I have no idea what the other provinces will do or what restrictions they may implement or if they will have checkpoints or what you may need to go through them.
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The Pattaya News

1tS0ponlsoonlhred  · 

Final new Chonburi orders. There is not much change from the prior orders and CCSA orders and what we announced this afternoon. We will give a brief overview on tomorrow mornings video and daily Covid19 update but as very little has changed besides the national and prior directions we won't translate it tonight due to the late release. We will talk about checkpoints, beaches, outdoor exercise areas tomorrow morning.

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สำนักงานประชาสัมพันธ์จังหวัดชลบุรี - Chonburi PR

1tS1ponlsoonlhred  · 

The order of the Kor Kor. The epidemic of Chonburi province, 20/2564th, dated 30 April 2564

1. to cancel the order. The epidemic of Chonburi province. The 1/2564th is dated at 4 m. July 64 at 11/2564 dated 29 m. July 64, 18/2564th, dated 16 April. Nov. 64 and 19/2564 dated 17 Apr. Nov. 64

2. close the following locations

2.1 Entertainment service, pub, bar, karaoke, business, shower, massage.

2.2 rooster field. Practicing for boxing chicken everywhere.

2.3 cinemas, cinema, algae theater.

2.4 Snooker table, billiard, bowling, roller, blade everywhere.

2.5 Game shop, internet shop, computer service, game cabinet.

2.6 swimming pools, water parks, indoor and outdoor amusement parks.

2.7 Banquet service room, catering site

2.8. nursery, elderly care facility.

2.9 Phra market, Buddha statue, Buddha statue, everywhere.

2.10 Healthy Massage, Reflexology, traditional massage, spa, beauty clinic, weight loss service, tattoo, skin drill or any part of your body.

3. Set control measures for event venture locations to open under conditions.

3.1 Restaurant, drink cart, mineral, floating panel, restaurant, food park, cafeteria. Open for sale. Only take back to eat elsewhere. It can be opened until 21.00 pm. Refrain from eating alcoholic beverages and beverages in the shop.

3.2 Close the stadium, gym, gym, gym, fitness, except the stadium or gym location in the empty area. Open up no later than 21.00 pm. Competition can be held without audience

3.3 malls, commune malls. Open regular hours until 21.00 pm. Except for the game cabinet, playground, game shop and amusement park. Must stop servicing.

3.4 convenience stores open 24 hours for service 04.00 until 23.00 pm.

3.5 convenience stores, supermarkets, flea market, night market, river market, walking street. Open to operate normally but not over 23.00 pm.

4. Other locations besides No. 3, the owner of the site or responsible for doing the following.

4.1 Temperature measurement or screening of patients with pathway system.

4.2 Wear cloth mask or hygienic mask.

4.3 Distance between people at least 1 meters and limit the number of participants.

4.4 Make it happen with soap or hand washing alcohol gel.

4.5 Cleaning the place before the event.

4.6 Register to get in and out with the government's application.

5. Prohibited or organised events

5.1 Let people wear a sanitary mask when outside of Kehstan or in public or into community places all the time.

5.2 Stop using the seaside area, beach, reservoir, park in Chonburi province. It's a gathering place to eat or eat all kinds of drinks except for exercise and sports.

5.3 Don't organize events with more than 20 people gathering.

5.4 For people to stop travelling out of the area unnecessarily. If you need to avoid, inform about the documentation of the necessity at the district, local governance organization. The village's village's adult

5.5 Let the public stop catering, party, party, except traditional or family events.

5.6 Do not use the building or location of any school or school to organize the teaching, training, examination or any activity.

5.7 Government head in Chonburi province is prohibited.

6. Government sector that needs to serve many people and risk the epidemic. Provincial epidemic to consider orders to fit the situation.

7. flea marketplace, marketplace that doesn't open every day to have strictly controlled measures to prevent the epidemic.

8. Let local governing organisations in the area supervise market neatness.

9. markets in private sector governance for local governance organisations in the area to supervise neatness according to 7

10. measures to prevent the COVID-19 epidemic in establishments.

10.1 In case employee comes back from landscape or other provinces and comes back to work. The establishment / employer must take the following measures.

(1) Employees report travel information to employers. It consists of date, time, place, travel and daily activities.

(2) Establishment / employer must assess which employee is at risk or suspect that they are infected with COVID-19 because they are close to the infected person or go to crowded places that are risky for diseases like pub barcara. Oke, dense flea market, etc. holds 14 days in accommodation or places employer provides, allowing for sick leave or annual vacations or as agreed to observe symptoms. Employers must report to public health in the area. Too.

10.2 establishments / employers must provide public relations advice for preventing COVID-19 infections to employees. Provide alcohol gel soap or handwash points and all employees to wear hygienic mask all the time. Temperature and screening all employees before entering into their hands. Works including contact or attendants following public health measures.

10.3 cases risk of an outbreak in establishments such as many sick employees, consider pausing all or partially manufacturing services.

10.4 cases of establishments / employers provide accommodation for employees to prevent the COVID-19 epidemic in accordance with strict public health measures.

10.5 Let establishments consider taking work from home (work from home) accordingly.

11. Legalized migrant workers to travel across provincial areas under the following conditions.

11.1 Migrant workers 2 Groups. Business is 1) Cargo and 2) Construction contractor.

11.2 Before moving, you need to check COVID-19 by employer. Responsible and moving only for non-infected people.

11.3 Business owners must investigate the provincial provincial measures to move and follow the provincial guidelines.

12. Let the people, business owners, entrepreneurs take action considering working outside the location.

13. Let every district sheriff set up the center for Disease Control at district level (Prof. A.D. )

disobeyed, not following the orders, penalty according to the proposal. The epidemic of 2558 including the guilty of the blessing. Emergency 2548 and other laws involved

From May 1, 2564 until the order changes.

Download the order https://www.chonburipr.net/attachments/view/...

 

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