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Chonburi Governor releases more Covid-19 related restrictions and closures, effective until further notice


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By Adam Judd

 

Chonburi, Thailand-  The Chonburi Governor released an updated order this evening with more Covid-19 related restrictions and closures. The order is effective July 22nd, 2021, until further notice.

 

This follows the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration, or CCSA, stating more measures were being “suggested” for maximum control provinces this morning. You can read more about that here.

 

All prior closures and items are still in place, you can read about everything previously closed here.

 

Here are the new changes:

 

-Close all indoor and outdoor sports stadiums

-Close golf courses, mini-golf, and golf ranges

-Close libraries and book stores

-Close all public parks, gardens, botanical parks (like Nong Nooch)

-Close boxing courts/areas, boxing schools, even if outdoors

-Close all barbers/salons of all types

-Close nail shops

-Close tattoo shops

-Close any and types of competition fields/courts (includes tennis, volleyball, and badminton courts, all places for indoor and outdoor sports are to be closed)

-Close all types of pools, private, public, waterparks, and athletic/competition

 

Full story: https://thepattayanews.com/2021/07/21/chonburi-governor-releases-more-covid-19-related-restrictions-and-closures-effective-until-further-notice/

 

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2 minutes ago, jobsworth said:

Would it not be easier to tell us what,if anything, is open?

Looks like nowt much.....

Supermarkets.

Bank Branches (not in Malls).

Telephone Shops.

Pharmacies.

Markets

Convenience Store.

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24 minutes ago, Skallywag said:

Wow - the Lap pool at my condo is still open!  2 people swimming as I type this.  Lounge chairs and tables still there as well.   

 

Give it time. The juristic probably not woken up yet........

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57 minutes ago, BestB said:

In related news.  Free noose will be available to all business owners to hang themselves starting 23 July, employees also qualify to receive one, all noose are reusable 

Are they made in China?

Nothing worse than a well-intended but botched suicide.

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2 hours ago, thaiflyer1 said:

Sounds like the 50/50 scheme.......................whatever she buys 50% is paid by govt up to 1500 baht every 3 months i think.......................so she buys noodle soup 100 baht she pays 50 baht and has 1450 baht left

In other words Thai government is not taking reasonable care for it's citizens impacted by Covid. Anyone know what's happening if they can't pay rent, are they made homeless?

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6 hours ago, tgw said:

why are they still doing the ignorant closures, such as golf courses, parks or swimming pools?

I think its unrealistic to think that a golf foursome will wear masks and maintain social distancing during play or for any after play socializing. That's 4 people from 4 households that can be a vector for spreading.

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4 hours ago, brucec64 said:

I think its unrealistic to think that a golf foursome will wear masks and maintain social distancing during play or for any after play socializing. That's 4 people from 4 households that can be a vector for spreading.

been playing several times, there never was a problem with distancing.

also, there is no socialising after the game, lockers and bar, restaurant are closed, the only thing to do is sit in the car and drive away.

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12 hours ago, simple1 said:

In other words Thai government is not taking reasonable care for it's citizens impacted by Covid. Anyone know what's happening if they can't pay rent, are they made homeless?

In one sentence you say the Thai government is not taking reasonable care for it's citizens and the very next sentence you show you don't know what or if the folks are getting rental assistance, 555. 

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