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COVID RESTRICTIONS EASED IN SOME PROVINCES BUT NOT IN LOCAL PROVINCES – YET!

COVID RESTRICTIONS EASED IN SOME PROVINCES BUT NOT IN LOCAL PROVINCES - YET!
COVID RESTRICTIONS EASED IN SOME PROVINCES BUT NOT IN LOCAL PROVINCES - YET!

Several Provinces have started to ease measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 after signs of an improved situation following the outbreak.

Chiang Mai has decided to allow pubs, bars and restaurants to reopen for business and can serve alcoholic beverages until 10pm, while hotels and resorts In Kanchanaburi are allowed to reopen.

Chai Nat province now allows community markets, farmers’ markets, Pracharat markets and small-sized flea markets to reopen, and Nakhon Ratchasima is preparing to relax restrictions.

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) will ease the restrictions and allow 13 types of business to reopen on Friday (January 22nd), with strict disease control measures in place.

  • Game Arcades; but all points of contact must be regularly disinfected, facemask worn at all times.
  • Internet shops
  • Senior nursing homes, with limited activities
  • Sports venues, except for boxing rings and race track, but no audiences allowed.
  • Banquet venues need authorization from BMA for events with over 300 participants.
  • Amulet shops and markets
  • Beauty salons, tattoo and piercing shops
  • Fitness centers, but without a personal trainer, and no communal steam rooms.
  • Spas, Thai massage shops, excluding massage parlours
  • Gymnasia and boxing venues for training only.
  • Bowling alleys and ice skating rinks, but no competitions or audience
  • Dancing academies
  • Martial art schools, but no tournaments or audience allowed
May be an image of text that says "13 TYPES OF BUSINESS IN BANGKOK ARE ALLOWED TO REOPEN IN EFFECT FROM 22 JANUARY 2021 ONWARDS Gaming centers Boxing gyms Game and internet shops Martial arts schools Elderly care centers Banquet halls and similar places Amulet markets and centers Fitness centers Beauty salons and tattoo and piercing parlors Dance academies bowling, skate, and rollerblade venues or other similar services Health and wellness establishments and spas traditional Thai massage, and foot massage shops (but not massage parlors) Competitive-sports fields except boxing stadiums and horse racing tracks"

Neither Phetchaburi nor Prachuap Khiri Khan Governor’s have announced any changes, to allow the opening of businesses such as gymnasiums, to allow bars to open or alcohol to be served in restaurants.

COVID RESTRICTIONS EASED IN SOME PROVINCES BUT NOT IN LOCAL PROVINCES - YET!
COVID RESTRICTIONS EASED IN SOME PROVINCES BUT NOT IN LOCAL PROVINCES - YET!
COVID RESTRICTIONS EASED IN SOME PROVINCES BUT NOT IN LOCAL PROVINCES - YET!
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