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No taxis, large gatherings allowed in Mae Sot until Jan 3

By The Nation

 

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The governor of Tak province has ordered the suspension of four activities in Mae Sot district from Monday to January 3, namely taxi services and gatherings of more than 20 people.

 

Tak governor Pongrat Piromrat announced he was temporarily suspending all taxi services in Mae Sot district until January 3, and that organisers of religious ceremonies involving more than 20 people are required to seek permission from the district chief.

 

People have also been advised to avoid eating at restaurants or spending much time in public places like bus stations, airports and other such service areas.

 

Hair and nail salons can open under condition that they only provide cutting, washing and styling services. Customers are not allowed to wait inside the salon for their turn.

 

Meanwhile, all theatres, pubs, entertainment venues, snooker clubs, gaming centres, internet cafes, karaoke, public pools, cockfighting rings, gyms, exhibition halls, museums, boxing stadiums, martial arts schools, tattoo outlets, clinics, massage shops, walking streets and flea markets will be closed for seven days.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30400412

 

 

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