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Pattaya beer bar owners beg the government to let them open

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7 minutes ago, Phil McCaverty said:

Never is, just tell them you love them and want to marry them. They'll be desperate to have your baby. I just forget to inform them that I had the snip many years ago.

I tell them I can't finish with condom, works most of the time.

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6 minutes ago, Oldie said:

You should inform the government and tell them that you are a very efficient test tool. Perhaps you could start a great career here. 😁

If I was asked to be a volunteer for the Oxford vaccine trial, I'd jump at the chance. Oxford have said that the first 30 million doses would be for British citizens. When its released, I'm on the next plane home.

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If you have been to the food markets, Chatuchak market, ridden on the skytrain at rush hour in the last month you would know that it is not really 
 "out there"

Testing reliability in the first 10 days of having the virus is basically a waste of time, as

they have found out at the Quarantine stations.

I would suggest opening bars up & admitting customers that have been in Thailand one month                 & as I have said & "suck it & see" long before opening up the borders & International Flights

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14 minutes ago, natway09 said:

I would suggest opening bars up & admitting customers that have been in Thailand one month                 & as I have said & "suck it & see" long before opening up the borders & International Flights

We've all been here way over a month. hasn't been a single case in Pattaya for 2 months.

 

Get on with it, I haven't had a drink for 3 months now. Open up the bar, mine's a large JD on the rocks.

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5 hours ago, darksidedog said:

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 catch covid from, so further continued closure makes very little sense. They have zero chance of getting tourists in all the time this continues and now would seem the perfect time to allow them to open so the situation can be assessed and protocol addressed before people come back in numbers.

There are a lot of people employed by these places who need to get back to earning a living.

No, nonsense! 

If you open too early and there would be some new cases, there would be no customers at all anymore. 

Also if you are self employed you take risks of less income. 

Save in good times.....! 

Thailand acts not as stupid in UK or US. 

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4 minutes ago, tribalfusion001 said:

Keeping entertainment places closed with no local infections allegedly seems pretty stupid to me.

That is why you are not involved in Govt or science matters 😂

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1 hour ago, kingofthemountain said:

Obviously you don't know very well Pattaya

most of the landlords here are very wealthy families

who own a lot of land and buildings, often by inheritance

they don't have any mortgages at all

How do you know that that is the case for "most"? How many do you know?

I am sure those rich families exist. But I am also sure some are not so rich.

I know a bar owner in Bangkok who does not pay any rent in the moment. Good luck for him. But others still pay at least a big part or even 100%. It depends - as usual. 

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40 minutes ago, Burma Bill said:

Yes indeed - getting ready for the tour groups and young affluent tourists form China, South Korea and Taiwan!!

No foreign tourists for the foreseeable future.

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