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Hua Hin: Two big malls are ready to open if allowed

 

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Ban Muang reported that an inspection team of health officials and police inspected Blupoint and Market Village malls in downtown Hua Hin yesterday.

 

Both malls are ready to receive customers should restrictions prohibiting their opening be lifted.

 

Everyone, both staff and customers, must wear masks and there is plenty of hand sanitizer and temperature checks.

 

Thais and foreigners can register using QR codes entering their ID and telephone numbers.

 

Cleaning of items that are frequently touched will take place every thirty minutes including rails, barriers and ATM keypads.

 

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Lifts and toilets have been fitted with automatic disinfecting machines. 

 

Restaurants have limited their tables and spaced them out to allow for social distancing. 

 

Utensils can be disinfected using hot water. 

 

Cashiers at food courts will wear masks and shields. 

 

Car parking cards are being disinfected. 

 

Prajuab Khirikhan has had no new cases of coronavirus for 40 days. They had seventeen, two of which died and 15 have gone home. 

 

Source: Ban Muang

 

 
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15 minutes ago, webfact said:

Lifts and toilets have been fitted with automatic disinfecting machines. 

have you ever been to Terminal 21 Bangkok where the seats are heated and they automatically spray your read end? i love that.   

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'Thais and foreigners can register using QR codes entering their ID and telephone numbers. '

Register for what?

Will you now have to be tracked if you want to go shopping?  It may be a good idea....but I can not see why.

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

Thais and foreigners can register using QR codes entering their ID and telephone numbers.

Register for what?

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4 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

have you ever been to Terminal 21 Bangkok where the seats are heated and they automatically spray your read end? i love that.   

You have most definitely been in isolation too long................Pleeeease open the malls.....NCC is losing it........FAST :crazy:

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i assume the registering is for contact tracing if an outbreak occurs, something the west has woefully dropped the ball on and consequently caused many needless deaths due to the lack of testing and tracking when it was needed months ago..

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3 hours ago, greeneking said:

'Thais and foreigners can register using QR codes entering their ID and telephone numbers. '

Register for what?

Will you now have to be tracked if you want to go shopping?  It may be a good idea....but I can not see why.

HomePro in Market Village requires you to write down your name and phone number when entering and then telling them your phone number again on the way out.  I guess they want to be able to do contact tracing if somebody comes down with it.

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31 minutes ago, mwbrown said:

HomePro in Market Village requires you to write down your name and phone number when entering and then telling them your phone number again on the way out.  I guess they want to be able to do contact tracing if somebody comes down with it.

Lets see how many days this lasts for.

 

There will be one store with customers and that's the one that didn't close - the food store.

 

Nobody needed to register at the food shops and there wasn't a problem.

 

I have a feeling they think the masses will all rush out shopping when the rest of the shops open again - they're going to be in for a big surprise when nobody turns up.

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This is all they can do with a puppet show.

See them standing there!

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5 hours ago, greeneking said:

'Thais and foreigners can register using QR codes entering their ID and telephone numbers. '

Register for what?

Will you now have to be tracked if you want to go shopping?  It may be a good idea....but I can not see why.

My name will be Karel de Grote, with a fake number, if they need an ID, I'll turn around.

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1 hour ago, ukrules said:

Lets see how many days this lasts for.

 

There will be one store with customers and that's the one that didn't close - the food store.

 

Nobody needed to register at the food shops and there wasn't a problem.

 

I have a feeling they think the masses will all rush out shopping when the rest of the shops open again - they're going to be in for a big surprise when nobody turns up.

And when you go to Watsadu, you don't need anything, everybody make there own rules for nothing, yes to radiate authority.

Give them a uniform.

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1 hour ago, mwbrown said:

HomePro in Market Village requires you to write down your name and phone number when entering and then telling them your phone number again on the way out.  I guess they want to be able to do contact tracing if somebody comes down with it.

I was asked this for the first time at a Home pro in Pattaya yesterday. Considering they have been open throughout,  barring a couple of days, and did not require it last week it seems a bit late. I asked why they wanted my phone number and when they could not explain they let me in anyway..........

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10 minutes ago, Peterphuket said:

My name will be Karel de Grote, with a fake number, if they need an ID, I'll turn around.

you do know that this will be expanded to include virtually every facet of society right ? good luck going anywhere or doing anything in the coming years without it. 

 

it is decision time in life for many people. 

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