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I took out a one-month rent at one of the View Talays, only to discover their swimmingpool is closed. Weren't hotel swimming pools supposed to be allowed to stay open for hotel guests?

 

At the same time I see more people swimming at the beach. From a distance the water looks more normal than it did before the downturn.

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The water is not great but its sort of ok......The water is much much better than it was 2-3 years ago.....Then water was appalling bad.... 

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The government doesn't restrict pools being closed they gave the responsibility to the condo https://thethaiger.com/coronavirus/chon-buri-closes-more-businesses-asks-public-to-avoid-beaches

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Pool closed yesterday so went to Dongtan beach to swim. Found myself in a bit of under current getting pulled out Be careful.

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12 minutes ago, Havefunme said:

The government doesn't restrict pools being closed they gave the responsibility to the condo https://thethaiger.com/coronavirus/chon-buri-closes-more-businesses-asks-public-to-avoid-beaches

That is what I thought. There's an announcement translated into garbled English that says Chonburi authorities ordered the closure under threat of "imprisonment". 

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I was told it's not the water in the pool. It's different people using the pool. Like hand rails toilets any thing a person can touch... 

. That can transfer the virus on hands etc 

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8 hours ago, Yinn said:

I read that Pattaya sewerage plant broken, can not fix.

 

= the s... go into the sea.

 

Pattaya have many nation visit.

So will have thai s..., Chinese s..., Farang s..., Arab s...., Russian s... and Indian s.... 

And the other thing put in the toilet. 

 

Up to you.

A lot of the foreigners went home already....  so probably less of it than usual. The nationality of it isn't really important. 

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Wear polarized glasses and look far out, near the islands. There you will see the clean water line Sahib.

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Anybody knows a private pool that is still open ? thanks.

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Swimming in your toilet, is probably cleaner! I would not swim in the dead sea, sewage is being pumped into it daily!! 

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6 hours ago, rech said:

Anybody knows a private pool that is still open ? thanks.

The hotels which are still open go on operating their swimming pools. Eg Sabai Lodge, Flipper Lodge. Whether they accept outside guests is another matter. 

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6 hours ago, MyTHaiMyKe said:

Swimming in your toilet, is probably cleaner! I would not swim in the dead sea, sewage is being pumped into it daily!! 

The virus is also in poop, don't touch or come near any dirty drain water...i wouldn't go in the sea in pattaya...it's the toilet from BKK...

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20 hours ago, Fujionrye said:

Pool closed yesterday so went to Dongtan beach to swim. Found myself in a bit of under current getting pulled out Be careful.

Better than being pulled off on Dongtan Beach!   LOL

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YEP...come on in...just came back from a day at the beach.

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