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Thai Covid-19 Center considering request from business owners to re-open entertainment venues and bars, asks for industry to send proposals for rules and guidelines


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Nobody here to go to the bars anyway. Maybe a few of the upscale bars will be ok but not these grubby little bars full of bar girls begging for drinks. Stay in the fields growing rice girls,

I thought the current outbreak started in some of these joints. Totally preposterous to consider letting them reopen as  they rely on "social non distancing" to function and generate income. Would be

Of course  there asking out of desperation, people's livelihoods have  been destroyed by these closures.

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12 minutes ago, brewsterbudgen said:

How about opening schools too?

In north schools are open. But like my wifes girl is in school every other week. Last week was in school this week not. Weird that dont have any assignment do in home!

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Crazy sure that’s open all the bars with this new variance which from what I’m reading is very easy to spread the lack of the government making a clear policy and foreigners receiving the vaccine Bazaar world TIT

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As they consider opening bars keep in mind that THAI citizens who are fully vaccinated ans test NEGATIVE must quarantine over 14 days when they come to this country!

Amazing Stupidity

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12 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

A spokesperson for the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration, or CCSA, spoke this afternoon about a request from entertainment industry business owners and staff, as well as musicians, on reopening their industry or providing them financial aid.

In the 120 days or whatever it is now the borders will be opened... Prayuts promise to the nation.

You will all get what you asked for...

Open your doors, business as usual.. except no international tourists of any significance...

and no financial aid either... sink or swim

you got what you asked for.

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11 hours ago, Boomer6969 said:

I thought the current outbreak started in some of these joints. Totally preposterous to consider letting them reopen as  they rely on "social non distancing" to function and generate income. Would be totally hypocritical, as everyone knows that they would infringe all Covid rules from the word Go. And them asking now for guidelines they would never follow is just driven by desperation, as they are aware that only the vaccines can relieve their predicament and this, at the current rate of progress, probably not before mid next year.

yes, and the worst culprits for non social distancing in these establishments are the foreigners.

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9 hours ago, bangsaenguy said:

And I thought the govt started the current wave by encouraging people to drive during Songkran and spend money. Current clusters are found in factories, not bars. 

Only because the bars are closed, open them and it will follow.

Same as you see in markets etc... 

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7 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

Based on what

what I have read over the last months, confined spaces are bad open air is good 

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How will CCSA respond?

 

1. Tell them to wait until October

 

2. Agree to provide subsidies.

 

3. Tell them to pound sand.

 

4. agree to study ways to open bars with limits on capacity.

 

5. ?

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