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Hua Hin: Governor's orders! All foreigners who arrived after 15th March must register themselves

 

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All foreign visitors to Hua Hin who arrived after March 15th must report themselves to the authorities immediately.

 

This applies to anyone who is not already in quarantine and who does not already have a health certificate issued by the district authority, reported Siamrath.

 

It does not apply to migrant workers from Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia but applies to everyone else.

 

There are four places where you can report: Ban Bor Fai School, Khao Phitak School, Hua Hin 3 Hospital and the Hua Hin district offices.

 

You have until next Friday April 10th to comply.

 

Prachuab Khiri Khan governor Phallop Singsaenee signed off on the order among a raft of more Covid-19 restrictions effective until the end of April.

 

He wanted a full list of all foreigners who arrived in Hua Hin after March 15th. He expects the list by Saturday 11th.

 

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Health officials, police and immigration were out "surveying" the Khao Tao housing estate yesterday doing PR to get the many foreigners staying there to go and report themselves, said the media.

 

Latest to be banned by the order is any congregating on the entire length of beach from Hua Hin to Bang Saphan Noi - 220 kilometers.

 

The following activities are also now banned: Kite surfing, jet-skis, Banana boats and other water sports.

 

Supermarket and convenience stores were ordered shut from 10 pm to 4 am.

 

Source: Siamrath

 

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Do local governors actually have the legal power to do this? That's scary!

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But doesnt apply for workers from myanmar, laos or cambodia?

I can see some money being paid for this reporting and health check ups being required.

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Seems to me many are over reacting to this.

 

Thais who move back to a village or an area also have to report themselves to the Poo Yai baan.

 

Its not unreasonable. This is being blown out of proportion and is actually attributable to anyone. All those moved out of Bangkok back to their homes etc all had to report and self isolate for 14 days.

 

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Fi Fy Fo Fum

 

I smell a dirty foreigner 

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1 hour ago, TheFishman1 said:

So if you’re a worker from a neighboring country you don’t have to report for anything but if you’re rich foreigner then you must jump through hoops here You’re a racist to me TIT

Maybe it could also be because the epicenter of the virus is in Europe and US (Farang Lands) and not in neighboring  countries. They are just trying to track down potential virus bearers.

 

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1 hour ago, TheFishman1 said:

So if you’re a worker from a neighboring country you don’t have to report for anything but if you’re rich foreigner then you must jump through hoops here You’re a racist to me TIT

It makes their little willy's feel bigger!

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6 hours ago, Phuketshrew said:

Do local governors actually have the legal power to do this? That's scary!

Do they wear a uniform!

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Are they going to issue face mask with a yellow star on them next ?

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