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i believe there are no alcohol sales from 10 till 20th of april

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Oh no, whatever will we do.......

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Chiang Mai Province only or nationwide? 

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6 minutes ago, damascase said:

Chiang Mai Province only or nationwide? 

Nation wide for sure.

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Will still.be sold at the local shop, dont worry about it.

Last year during a no alcohol weekend, the old man at the shop, put all my beer in black bag for me as to not arouse suspicion.😂 It will be available, just not at 7/11, tesco etc....

Dont worry fellow drinkers

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2 hours ago, piewarmer said:

That covers Songkran nicely

No Songkran. A little covid-19 bonus.

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8 hours ago, madmen said:

Nation wide for sure.

Not very much ‘for sure’ here in TH. We’ve seen several local bans before.

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8 hours ago, damascase said:

Chiang Mai Province only or nationwide? 

Chiang Mai

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13 hours ago, lee b said:

Oh no, whatever will we do.......

I rushed out and bought another bottle of Rum.

3 bottles in reserve now!

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order is for wholesalers and distributors also. When your local small shop runs out, no refilling by the wholesalers or distributors....

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I will do another big run today after 5pm. There is no way I will be caught short.

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Seems to me if you want to ban the sale of alcohol, you should do it as a surprise, with no warning whatsoever. As it is now, it's likely (like me) that people will stock up on far more drink than they would normally purchase by far. 

 

I guess the idea is to discourage gatherings over the holiday, but perhaps actually just saying that might be more effective? 

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