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Yet another misleading headline!

Who cares, is alcohol that important. Really?

Read again, it says no alcohol served after midnight. This a far cry from a serious alcohol ban   Thought that entertainment places had to close at midnight anyway

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10 minutes ago, Dart12 said:

are gyms open in phuket?

 

Yes, nowhere is shut.   Only restrictions are that bars/clubs must close at midnight, and restaurants not permitted to serve alcohol after midnight.

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2 hours ago, cracker1 said:

I understand there has been an alcohol ban in place in Samui for a week now but have not seen any official explanation relating to it ? I believe take away drink is OK but no "onsite" drinking permitted.

Anyone can confirm ?

 

See Section 2 - Para/Item No 2.8

 

(Koh Samui is classed as part of Surat Thani province)

 

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7 hours ago, Trexpat said:

Who cares, is alcohol that important. Really?

Been Enjoying the “Charms” of Thailand for a good few years now several times a year and I have never drank even a beer . bought a few for sure ! many think they can’t have a good time without first tanking up ... for courage maybe ... couldn’t face the “negotiation” in the bar without a few bevvies maybe? ... Up to you... as they say ! 

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4 hours ago, RocketDog said:

No. But haven't we already have enough taken away from us?

 

It's symbolic because a large majority of people everywhere use alcohol in moderation and cause no harm to themselves or anybody else. 

 

It's like banning water because some people drown. 

What has been taken away from you?

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5 hours ago, beechbum said:

What has been taken away from you?

The ability to travel freely is the first. It makes travel to my native country and back impractical and expensive. There are countless restrictions and a dead economy. 

 

I'm not blaming anyone, and I take every precaution, but this virus has not helped anybody. It's that simple. 

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