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Thailand set to close all bars, pubs, massage parlours in 41 provinces for 14 days


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If your wife is there I can't see it ending happily.

6 cases and you want to close the province? Not everyone collects a pension

If the UK variant has made its way into Thailand then the only chance they'll have is to put the whole country into lockdown now. You can't stop this variant by shutting pubs alone. Surely then can se

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"It is not known if restaurants will be included in the closure order"

 

Me thinks that's trying to keep some hope alive !

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10 minutes ago, CLW said:

How do you define pub? Or is that the Thai translation for drinking parlour?

Many pubs serve respectable food and draught beer. Well, the latter seems to be banned anyway. But what about the food? They want to drive more people into bankruptcy and suicide? 

Just because a few hi so in Thonglor had to joke with the virus

Some have pub/bar licenses and some have restaurant licences. 

Perhaps the Police go by that. 

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4 minutes ago, rott said:

Some have pub/bar licenses and some have restaurant licences. 

Perhaps the Police go by that. 

And some bars/pubs have restaurant licenses too - especially since they had to close last time and restaurants could stay open.

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4 minutes ago, orang37 said:

 

When were we not being played ?

It's all down to the bosses. 

Any ozzie will tell you that. 

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1 hour ago, hlj said:

With the reported cases now in Chiang Mai, I do not understand why Chiang Mai is not on this list yet.

In the linked post in the Daily News, Chiang Mai is number 37 on list of provinces. So just a translation error

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