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CCSA to rule on Hua Hin’s reopening plan on Sept 23


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Downtown Hua Hin, file photo.

 

By Paul Andrews

 

Thailand’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) is set to rule on the proposed October 1 reopening of Hua Hin at a meeting due to be held later this week.

 

The Tourism Authority of Thailand will formally submit the proposal to reopen Hua Hin, and four other provinces, to the CCSA for approval at a meeting scheduled for September 23.

 

The meeting will also decide if sufficient number of vaccines have been administered in Hua Hin and throughout Prachuap Khiri Khan, as well as in neighbouring Cha Am and Phetchaburi.

 

Full story: https://www.huahintoday.com/hua-hin-news/ccsa-to-rule-on-hua-hins-reopening-plan-on-sept-23/

 

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Don't forget to open bars and to sell booze, otherwise it wll be as dead as most of Phuket is.

Not even talking about Khao Lak, Ko Samui and the rest of the litterbox

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1 hour ago, Deli said:

Don't forget to open bars and to sell booze, otherwise it wll be as dead as most of Phuket is.

Not even talking about Khao Lak, Ko Samui and the rest of the litterbox

Word on the Hua Hin street is that bars will be able to open from 1 October...  

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