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Every year I travel by car Pattaya to Issan. One night in hotel en route  -3 nights in my wife's village and then 3 nights hotel Khao Yai

Assuming that I respect the new curfew rules -Should I be OK  or will I be breaking some law?

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I don't think so.

Inter-province travel is not recommanded but not prohibited (afaik).

I'm assuming you'll be getting some weird looks though

 

My wife is going back to Issan next saturday.

She already talked to Pooyai bahn about it and he's okay with that.

Really hope she'll be able to travel safely back home. I'm scared of what might happen in Bkk with all these unemployed people...

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Not sure what the restriction are in the province you're intending travelling to, but if it was Phitsanulok (yes, I know not Issan) you now have to register with the health people and enter a (monitored) 14 day quarantine period.

 

Don't worry about the health people contact details, you will be told at the checkpoints on every entry & exit point to the city. Random (health) checkpoints everywhere; they really appear to be taking it seriously up here.

 

Truthfully, not a good time to be thinking travelling anywhere 'long haul' in Thailand at the minute.

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I would delay the trip for a while not worth it T IT

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heard Krabi province has implemented inter provinces travel restrictions,

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6 minutes ago, Mavideol said:

heard Krabi province has implemented inter provinces travel restrictions,

Source?

 

 

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Just now, petermik said:

Source?

 

 

before lunch time, somebody posted something in FB but can't find it anymore, maybe I misunderstood???

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Unless it’s a life and death situation I’d postpone it. Might be more trouble than it’s worth right now. 

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I really think if you stop & use your brain you will find the answer to your own question.

They recommend unless urgent travei stay home

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Pattaya has instituted a lockdown (no one in or out unless with official authorisation) so, if you leave, you won't be able to get back in until restrictions are lifted. 

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8 minutes ago, dluek said:

Pattaya has instituted a lockdown (no one in or out unless with official authorisation) so, if you leave, you won't be able to get back in until restrictions are lifted. 

Probably won't even get out now...maybe with pictures at his house with the budgies and goldfish, Mothers shoe size, a used McDonalds Pepsi cup, rusty nail and an autograph by Bruce Forsthye...may stand a chance

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As shown on TV earlier today Pattaya has strict restrictions now.

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What are the rules regarding a domestic flights? Any?

 

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