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Pubs, Massage Parlors, and Clubs closed?

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24 minutes ago, PingRoundTheWorld said:

Then what's the point in closing them? Let them reopen for the expats. (I'm not even in Thailand right now - just think it's ridiculous that malls are open and magically not risky but small bars are "dangerous")

Same for supermarkets, far more dangerous than open air bars with a few people in. If borders stay closed they could open things up much sooner

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6 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:

Same for supermarkets, far more dangerous than open air bars with a few people in. If borders stay closed they could open things up much sooner

 

safe as can be as long as social distancing protocols are applied, adhered to and enforced, therefore a supermarket or mall can be safe or unsafe and a bar can be safe or unsafe. generally people stay longer in bars and consume alcohol which may inhibit the following of the rules, i can easily see a risk assessment determining bars, even open air, being more risky than supermarkets or malls

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South Korea has just had an outbreak at a large company that has been traced back to a nightclub, with news like that.....doubtful bars and clubs will be open anytime this year...it won't be fun anyway even they are.

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Beer bars would have to be the same as restaurants I would have thought with plastic divides on the tables, won't be much fun. Go go bars with social distancing, a few girls dancing spaced out and plastic divides along the bench seats and tables, limited capacity, will be sh*t. Will be good for kinky fans if the girls have to wear gloves, masks and visors 555.

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14 minutes ago, baansgr said:

Since the opening of restaurants. A few examples, Sunshine and also Jomtien night market...every evening, people sat close together, no masks, waving their hands and getting excited...add a few beers to that with the slobbering...maybe understand why they won't open. The restaurants at the end of the beach have groups of 8 or 10 to a table..again no masks sat only inches apart...people just cant do distancing in these places. Open them all up and see what happens, no spike, let them stay open..numbers increase, shut them all down again

Some people decide their own fate. Unfortunately, they have no regard for others that they could infect - albeit the risk is very low in Thailand right now. Try that in the UK or the USA, and that's a death recipe. 

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