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Khon Kaen to shutter hotels from April 7

By THE NATION

 

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Khon Khaen will shut down all hotels on April 7 to stem the Covid-19 outbreak, according to the resolution of the province's Communicable Disease Committee on Friday (April 3)

 

 

However any hotel that wants to stay open will have to submit its screening practices to the health authorities in the province for consideration on a case by case basis.

 

It will also ask convenience stores to close at 9pm, so that staff can go back home before the nationwide curfew starts from 10pm to 4am.

 

Related story:

 

Phuket will close all hotels from Saturday (April 4) until further notice to curb the escalating Covid-19 outbreak

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30385420

 

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-- © Copyright The Nation Thailand 2020-04-05

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Won't be long before a full lockdown,with maybe an hour allowed to buy food i reckon,shall be going to big c tomrrow,hope there is something left!

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4 hours ago, marko kok prong said:

Won't be long before a full lockdown,with maybe an hour allowed to buy food i reckon,shall be going to big c tomrrow,hope there is something left!

Went to the local BigC yesterday in Ratchaburi.  Everything was pretty stocked up.  About 1/2 the store was closed off for shopping.  Clothes, electronics, toys, bedding, auto, school supplies, sports etc depts. were off limits.  They said it was government orders.

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1 hour ago, rwill said:

Went to the local BigC yesterday in Ratchaburi.  Everything was pretty stocked up.  About 1/2 the store was closed off for shopping.  Clothes, electronics, toys, bedding, auto, school supplies, sports etc depts. were off limits.  They said it was government orders.

Can you still get batteries my g/f needs them for her,er,shaver

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U gotta leave a coupla hotels open even if it is room service only (food & drink ONLY ) 

for those sensible enough want to stay away from family for 14 days

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3 hours ago, rwill said:

Went to the local BigC yesterday in Ratchaburi.  Everything was pretty stocked up.  About 1/2 the store was closed off for shopping.  Clothes, electronics, toys, bedding, auto, school supplies, sports etc depts. were off limits.  They said it was government orders.

 

Same experience for me, mate.    No need for panic.

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Tesco in Udon is extremely well stocked with rice and water, they probably have about 50 times the usual amounts of both. All other food is also well stocked.

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5 hours ago, marko kok prong said:

Can you still get batteries my g/f needs them for her,er,shaver

No comment to risqué 

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10 hours ago, marko kok prong said:

Won't be long before a full lockdown,with maybe an hour allowed to buy food i reckon,shall be going to big c tomrrow,hope there is something left!

just worry about the p_iss ....   i've got boxes stacked in the corner

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5 hours ago, marko kok prong said:

Can you still get batteries my g/f needs them for her,er,shaver

batteries are no problem ... yeah, some woman have facial hair

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Posted (edited)

Destruction of the middle class 40% completed. Next on the list is another injection of fear. 

Edited by ChaiyaTH

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