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Many of their customers are close to begging the government to let them reopen too. With no local transmissions in a couple of weeks now, there is essentially no one out there right now for people to

This government aint interested in farang bars or entertainment 

Or the Thai's that work in that industry.

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This would be a good opportunity for the authorities to stop the prostitution. It's illegal anyway, but not enforced. Allow them to re-open as long as there are no "bar fines" and girls going out. The girls can chat in the bar, but not go with customers for other services. 

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14 hours ago, Greg O said:

So cleaned the place out and handed her the key with a smile...Priceless ! 

But did you lose some deposit and /or key money which means the landlord is fine for 6 months? I expect having t0 find a place for the fixtures and fittings in the mean time is also a problem. 

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21 hours ago, rooster59 said:

She said there may be no foreign tourists but she can serve Thais in the meantime, at least that would be something.

This sounds reasonable, but of course the trouble is that if Thais start gathering in bars and rubbing shoulders, in the middle of a global pandemic, something tells me the infection will spread.  Especially since alcohol makes people take extra risks they would normally not take.  

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20 hours ago, petermik said:

Absolutely no national media coverage of the fantastic efforts of businesses here (mainly farang) in Pattaya/Phuket....I wonder why...shameful treatment by this junta towards the most vulnerable in its society :sad:

You need to see the motives. They are low yes.  They are simply starving  them out of Pattaya. COVID is <deleted> excuse. They have plans with the Chinese rodents. To build a casino. The Mall is a decoy. All the infrastructure  new hotels roads points there. They will announce that much later..When they destroy everyone 100%.

They don't give a f about Thais. That tourism minister believes woman don't come because entertainment lol..We have entertainment in our own countries. The Chinese lady spending up big in 7 lol. Never replace farang investment. Domino effect.  She is brain dead.

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5 minutes ago, wealthychef said:

This sounds reasonable, but of course the trouble is that if Thais start gathering in bars and rubbing shoulders, in the middle of a global pandemic, something tells me the infection will spread.  Especially since alcohol makes people take extra risks they would normally not take.  

 

 

Remind me again where the infection will come from........... escapees from quarantine?

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Just now, hotandsticky said:

 

 

Most ridiculous post of the day!

Ahh but grasshopper, the day is too young to be making that claim just yet.

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7 minutes ago, wealthychef said:

This sounds reasonable, but of course the trouble is that if Thais start gathering in bars and rubbing shoulders, in the middle of a global pandemic, something tells me the infection will spread.  Especially since alcohol makes people take extra risks they would normally not take.  

Rubbosh it's so low. Turn off the world. Wake up man. Life must go on 

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20 hours ago, petermik said:

Absolutely no national media coverage of the fantastic efforts of businesses here (mainly farang) in Pattaya/Phuket....I wonder why...shameful treatment by this junta towards the most vulnerable in its society :sad:

The same on Samui - thousands of starving people and hundreds of farang volunteers running charities and raising money for them. Zero press or media coverage and no mention of farangs helping the country when the government couldn't give a <deleted>.

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5 hours ago, GAZZPA said:

The covid virus has not spread in Thailand due to the nature of the tropical climate,

The covid virus has spread in SOME countrys more because of stupid government want to argue politics when is medical problem.

 

Some countrys refuse to wear mask, send old people with covid to “old care homes” with lot of other old people= 50,000 + old people dead, not testing enough, not have hand gel, not protection clothe for nurse and doctor, refuse tracing app, refuse social distancing for protests, want to shake hands in covid hospital etc.

 

Tropical climate help also, but not everything. Many reason. Mexico today weather 24- 36C. But now number 3 deaths. 

People must work together, not argue and fight.

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1 hour ago, tomauasia said:

You need to see the motives. They are low yes.  They are simply starving  them out of Pattaya. COVID is <deleted> excuse. They have plans with the Chinese rodents. To build a casino. The Mall is a decoy. All the infrastructure  new hotels roads points there. They will announce that much later..When they destroy everyone 100%.

They don't give a f about Thais. That tourism minister believes woman don't come because entertainment lol..We have entertainment in our own countries. The Chinese lady spending up big in 7 lol. Never replace farang investment. Domino effect.  She is brain dead.

If I remember correctly the tourism minister was the one who wanted to extend the opening hours of the nightlife so that they can earn more money. Doesn't fit to your statements. 

 

 

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