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CCSA offers ways to help Rayong after Covid-19 scare halts tourism

By The Nation

 

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Since Rayong’s tourism sector has come to a near standstill after a visiting Egyptian soldier tested positive for Covid-19, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) met on Friday (July 17) to come up with measures to help revive the province’s economy.

 

The plans include:

 

1. Government agencies holding seminars and meetings in Rayong to help stimulate the hotel industry;

 

2. Tourism promotion for government agents and private companies;

 

3. Sports competitions, with control measures in place;

 

4. Concerts and performances under the new normal;

 

5. Getting foreign and local film crew to film in the province.

 

These measures will be discussed further before being announced by Monday.

 

SourceL https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30391491

 

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The Government effed up big time and these 5 measures ain't gonna make a bit of difference

 

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Just a suggestion....

 

6. 1 million Baht for every family living within 1 Km of D Varee Diva Hotel / Laemthong Mall

 

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2 hours ago, rtco said:

The Government effed up big time and these 5 measures ain't gonna make a bit of difference

 

Certainly screwed up the end of this months holiday plans for many.

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1 hour ago, ThaidDown said:

6. 1 million Baht for every family

Just enough for a nice new Merc 😋

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All these plans without forming a subcommittee first is madness 🤔

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22 hours ago, webfact said:

2. Tourism promotion for government agents and private companies;

ah freebies and discounts for the lads then

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What about Chiang Mai?  My friend that owns a business there said it's apocalyptic looking~nobody anywhere~except immigration

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On 7/17/2020 at 2:39 PM, webfact said:

3. Sports competitions, with control measures in place;

 

4. Concerts and performances under the new normal;

 

5. Getting foreign and local film crew to film in the province.

Even more reasons to give Rayong a very wide berth. :coffee1:

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