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Checkpoints set up to monitor night curfew

By The Nation

 

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Photo Credit: Nation Photo by Korbphuk Phromrekha

 

Police have set up checkpoint to monitor implementation of night curfew in front of Wat Sikan (Buddha Siam) on the night of Friday (April 3).

 

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The move followed the curfew order under the Emergency Decree, prohibiting people nationwide from going outdoors from 10pm to 4am.

 

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On the first two days of the curfew, police will focus on publicising who can and cannot be outside, such as people working on night shift or who return home from work during curfew hours.

 

Those who must step outside during curfew hours are required to carry their ID card, a letter from the employer explaining the necessity and the phone number of the affiliated organisation. Police will consider this on a case-by-case basis.

 

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A spokesperson of the Royal Thai Police Pol Lt-General Piya Uthayo, had warned that violators will face up to two years in prison and/or up to Bt40,000 in fines.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30385423

 

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With the types of masks they have and they way they wear them, it's a wonder the virus hasn't gone ... well ... viral.

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All these photos belong to The Nation. Did the police give them the photos because I read somewhere that even the media were not allowed out? 

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The bloke being pix'd didn't offer enough tea money! 😉

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2 minutes ago, petedk said:

All these photos belong to The Nation. Did the police give them the photos because I read somewhere that even the media were not allowed out? 

their eyes are everywhere... image.jpeg.b3c33d9838e7bf1e550b3b027bcb0ef7.jpeg

 

Press Pass for their own Drones, maybe?

 

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In Kannayao, the locals still go out after 10.00 p.m. Some shops still open selling food and booze. The local Gy Yang seller pushes her cart to the crossroads and is open for business every night from midnight wednesday to sunday.

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45 minutes ago, Suzy said:

In Kannayao, the locals still go out after 10.00 p.m. Some shops still open selling food and booze. The local Gy Yang seller pushes her cart to the crossroads and is open for business every night from midnight wednesday to sunday.

I see they are taking it seriously then.😂

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The night shift.zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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On 4/5/2020 at 7:26 AM, rooster59 said:

violators will face up to two years in prison and/or up to Bt40,000 in fines.

Is social distancing practiced in the jails?

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Just now, Prairieboy said:

Is social distancing practiced in the jails?

Probably as much as possible. In Theory a jail is already isolated from the rest of the population, so long as they are strict with visitors and the guards stay distanced from the inmates, theoretically the jail can remain virus free.

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On 4/5/2020 at 7:26 AM, rooster59 said:

Royal Thai Police Pol Lt-General Piya Uthayo, had warned that violators will face up to two years in prison and/or up to Bt40,000 in fines.

Another nice little earner.  Pattaya Plod will be working 24 hours a day on Bandit stops making hay whilst the sun shines/don't shine.

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22 hours ago, mok199 said:

The night shift.zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Theres not a hope in hell that a 40,000 thb fine will be paid by a Thai, off with their heads or straight to the monkey house where they can do some 2 metre social distancing. Good nightzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz ahead

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49 minutes ago, LoS itaint said:

Theres not a hope in hell that a 40,000 thb fine will be paid by a Thai, off with their heads or straight to the monkey house where they can do some 2 metre social distancing. Good nightzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz ahead

Doggie style at a safe social distance seems highly unlikely unless you are ''wan hung guy''.....SOS in LOS

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