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1 hour ago, jacko45k said:

You are likely wrong there, any a space in front of a bar or business gets occupied by that business often up to the road edge

No i am not

the ''de facto'' occupancy of a public part by a business

doesn't transform it in a legal right to do it nor to claim rights on it

even if in Pattaya i recognize that you can often be driven to think the opposite

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1 minute ago, kingofthemountain said:

No i am not

the ''de facto'' occupancy of a public part by a business

doesn't transform it in a legal right to do it and claim right on it

Without seeing the chanote I do not know who owns it. 

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1 hour ago, spiekerjozef said:

If more places are open they will spread out. Problem sol-ved...

It's on the way

the 1 july all the bars are allowed to open

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11 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

Without seeing the chanote I do not know who owns it. 

everywhere in the world, including in thailand, the streets and the sidewalks

are a public space. 

Some very few exceptions (Private street like ''soi Chayapoon'') at this rule

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Just now, malibukid said:

simple revoke the liquor license

I think it is coming from the 7-11s, 

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a human weakness. this phenomenon is happening all over the world. we humans have little patience and want immediate self gratification.

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5 hours ago, darksidedog said:

And who are they scared of catching it from? With no cases anywhere in the country for a month, there is nobody out there with it, making the continuing paranoia just ludicrous. Glad at least that the cops didn't make fools of themselves by arresting anyone.

It's a new phase called Covid-69 especially for people in Pattaya

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Since I live in Central Pattaya I know this Tree Town area very well. It is not the whole Tree Town but only this area at Soi Buakhao. It has been a very special zone for a long time. Below you can find a very sad story a longer time ago - he picked the lady up there. Recently things changed. Took some time. 

 

 

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51 minutes ago, kingofthemountain said:

It's on the way

the 1 july all the bars are allowed to open

But how many bars will open and if they do how long will they last with no influx of tourists.

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7 minutes ago, tribalfusion001 said:

But how many bars will open and if they do how long will they last with no influx of tourists.

I have been living in Pattaya very long. And I have seen many bars open without any customers even in the high season. I still ask myself how they can survive. If anybody can tell me please let me know. There might be money laundering. But I don't think all these empty bars have this purpose. 

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Why doesn't Thailand do localised lockdowns? Open things up but not the borders so that businesses and actually operate. And if a town or a location has an outbreak, just lock down that area. It is working in other countries, and here in the UK life has been pretty much running as normal for weeks, and we are still getting more than 1,000 cases every day 

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2 hours ago, jacko45k said:

Yes,  but asymptomatic and those with mild symptoms may well not report. As said though, likely very true that the country is 'clean'. 

1 in 5 need hospital treatment so you'd expect someone to appear at a hospital

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