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Chonburi authorities approve drinking hour extensions at qualified eateries to 11:00 PM., effective this Monday


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By Nop Meechukhun

 

Chonburi – Chonburi and another seven tourist pilot provinces have approved the extension of drinking hours at qualified eateries from 9:00 PM. to 11:00 PM., effective this Monday, January 24th.

 

According to the announcement, restaurants, eateries, food halls, street food, restaurants in hotels, and other food and beverages venues in the province that have been qualified under SHA+ (Safety and Health Certification) or Thai Stop Covid 2 Plus would be allowed to serve alcoholic beverages until 11:00 PM., starting tomorrow.

 

Chonburi “restaurant” operators or entrepreneurs are also responsible for providing ATK (Rapid antigen Covid-19) test kits for customers to test before entering “restaurants” or customers must provide negative results of the Covid-19 test 72 hours before using the service. 

 

Full story: https://thepattayanews.com/2022/01/23/chonburi-authorities-approve-drinking-hour-extensions-at-qualified-eateries-to-1100-pm-effective-this-monday/

 

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Well the international tourists and local drinkers will like the 2 extra hours for sure.

  I just heard that 2 more of my friends just died so they will not be coming back to Thailand

for more fun, Winter holidays.

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Should never have reduced it those 2 hours to begin with. 11pm before, then 9pm for 3 weeks, then 11pm again, then this, then that. Flip flop, lip service, ridiculous covidiocy rules and restrictions, then flip flop, more lip service and on and neverending on it goes. Just shut up and open up and learn to live with it already.

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I am looking fwd to my favorite cholera carts having SHA+ certificates on display and the certain knowledge that as I'm seated on my plastic stool in the gutter covid will pass overhead 

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2 minutes ago, wombat said:

I am looking fwd to my favorite cholera carts having SHA+ certificates on display and the certain knowledge that as I'm seated on my plastic stool in the gutter covid will pass overhead 

 

You have a life, don't you!

 

Maybe you are better suited to Lockdown.  🙂

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5 minutes ago, wombat said:

I am looking fwd to my favorite cholera carts having SHA+ certificates on display and the certain knowledge that as I'm seated on my plastic stool in the gutter covid will pass overhead 

It will adjacent to the 'Clean Food Good Taste' green signs!

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It is actually the national government who have approved the extended hours.

There is some online chatter that Governors may be given the power to extend hours even further, at their discretion, so don't be surprised if 1am closing time is in force a week from now.

Sandbox status, Chinese New Year, kerching, kerching.

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Sorry, I'm still not going out for a meal or a drink until this stupid requirement to have a test is done away with, not because I worry about the result, I test at home & am so far clear, just the imposition on bars & restaurants to have to carry the financial burden of this stoopid idea.

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I'm not going out until people stop dying full stop.

Bars open, children going to school?????

Madness I say, complete madness.

What will they think of next?

It might be a good idea to put all foreigners into permanent quarantine isolation until no one dies any more.

It would save the hotel industry, clean all those dirty banks accounts out & keep the place clean.

Win win as far as I can see.

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14 hours ago, Golden Triangle said:

Sorry, I'm still not going out for a meal or a drink until this stupid requirement to have a test is done away with, not because I worry about the result, I test at home & am so far clear, just the imposition on bars & restaurants to have to carry the financial burden of this stoopid idea.

It does not seem to be enforced particularly seriously.... from a mainstream central Pattaya eatery, a small rural one out of town, and a large well known expansive place on a main highway.... none have asked me for an ATK test, have yet to have one even mentioned. 

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