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It's ridiculous! People need to get on with their lives.

At least ridicolous for the wide parts of the country without alarming infections or crowded hospitals. Up here the open street market in the village, Tue and Fri, 6 AM to 8 AM is closed since we

Huge leap forwards. Restaurants can stay open for 2 more hours and have up to 50 people. That will have the populace stampeding to enjoy the new freedom.

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CCSA reduces count of Dark Red Zones to only 4 provinces

 

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BANGKOK (NNT) - The Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has whittled down the list of Dark Red Zones to only four provinces and is to allow dining at restaurants until 11pm from June 21.

 

CCSA Spokesperson Dr. Taweesilp Wisanuyothin advised the community today that the latest meeting of the center decided to leave only four provinces listed as Dark Red Zones in need of maximum control. The four are Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Pathumthani and Samut Prakan. Eleven provinces are now considered Red Zones, namely : Chachoengsao, Chonburi, Trang, Nakhon Pathom, Pattani, Petchaburi, Songkla, Samut Sakhon, Saraburi, Yala and Narathiwat. The nine Orange Zones are Chantaburi, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Prachuapkirikhan, Ayuthaya, Ranong, Rayong, Ratchaburi, Sa Kaeo and Samut Songkram. The other 53 provinces are considered Yellow Zones where a high level of caution is still to be maintained.

 

In Dark Red zones, gatherings of over 50 people, restaurants open past 11pm and over 50 percent capacity in air-conditioned venues will remain barred. Outdoor sports will be allowed but department stores will continue to have to shut by 9pm and educational locations will not be allowed to open.

 

For Red zones, gatherings are restricted to 100 people, restaurants may open until 11pm, department stores and retail spaces may operate normally and educational institutions may request authorization to welcome students.

 

Orange zones may not allow gatherings beyond 150 people but all other operations may continue as per usual.

 

The cap on gatherings is 200 people in Yellow zones. All zones are to maintain a ban on the sale and consumption of alcohol in public venues.

 

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13 minutes ago, fangless said:

 

31 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

All zones are to maintain a ban on the sale and consumption of alcohol in public venues.

So 7/11 cannot sell alcohol? Supermarkets cannot sell alcohol? Another Thai typo?

 

 

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9 hours ago, ChipButty said:

Years ago in Scotland the pubs didn't open on Sundays

Decades ago the pubs in New Zealand closed at 6 P.M and Sunday no pubbing. Of course there were many places where you could knock on the door.

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15 hours ago, RR2020 said:

Delta variant spreading, against which the Sinovac vaccine has low efficacy, and now they ease restrictions ?

 

 

you are right on, 1 dose of Sinovac is 3% effective against Delta and that's proven in 5mln people study done in April. Phuket sandbox will be a huge thing for this country

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16 hours ago, Jonathan Fairfield said:

All entertainment venues, pubs, bars and karaoke­ bars across the country will remain closed.

 

Straight off the bat, killed it for me.

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15 hours ago, ChipButty said:

Years ago in Scotland the pubs didn't open on Sundays

Right. And the same in Wales as I remember, That was the 70s.

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