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Patong venue operators cautioned as Bangla cases rise


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Health officials patrol Bangla Rd, Patong, on Friday night (Nov 26). Photo: PPHO

 

PHUKET: Food and drink vendors in Phuket are only allowed to sell alcohol and allow alcoholic beverages to be consumed on the premises from 11am-2pm and 5pm-11pm, Phuket Vice Governor Pichet Panapong has confirmed.

 

The reminder came at a meeting of the Phuket Provincial Communicable Disease Committee yesterday (Nov 27) in recognition of the rising number of COVID infections on the island over the past week..

 

“The Phuket Provincial Public Health Office reports that the rate of new infections in Phuket is increasing, and is linked to Bangla Rd, Patong, and massage workers and freelance bar staff,” Vice Governor Pichet said.

 

Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/patong-venue-operators-cautioned-as-bangla-cases-rise-82189.php

 

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

“The Phuket Provincial Public Health Office reports that the rate of new infections in Phuket is increasing, and is linked to Bangla Rd, Patong, and massage workers and freelance bar staff,” Vice Governor Pichet said.

But I'm sure it will remain open... unlike other place that automatically get closed down.

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49 minutes ago, Henryford said:

The virus goes to sleep between 2 and 5. Unbelievable naivety.

 

The premises are operating as restaurants and the 2-5 no alcohol has been the law long before covid. It is just now being applied.

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I used to go to a certain restaurant in Hua Hin, and if the time was during the restricted hours,

  I got to have my drink served in a coffee mug, and they would refill the mug from a nearby

ice bucket where my beverage was under cover of a small cloth.  Oh I do long for the old days.

Now with the now chance of getting a place raided and a chance to be in trouble, makes me

stay in Canada to suffer a cold Winter this year. Maybe by next October, conditions will

be better and I will go to Thailand to see just how many places have survived this long pandemic.

   Cheers Thailand

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