Bars, Entertainment venues, karaoke bars, nightclubs, erotic or soapy massage will not be allowed to reopen in the next phase of reopenings
THE FOURTH PHASE OF REOPENING
From Monday 15 June, there will be no night curfew, but strict controls under the emergency decree will continue to be enforced especially on entry into Thailand because Covid-19 is still present in other countries, a senior government spokesman announced on Friday.
ENTERTAINMENT VENUES, BARS & EROTIC MASSAGE TO REMAIN CLOSED
Bars, pubs, karaoke bars, erotic or 'soapy' massage parlours & entertainment venues will not be allowed to reopen in the next phase of reopenings.
Above; 'Cheer Beer ' waitresses (Beer Chang)
The CCSA had also agreed on other aspects of the fourth stage of relaxation of restrictions on business and other activities.
The complete summary effective Monday 15 June 2020 as follows;
BARS MASSAGE ALCOHOL
Above:; Masseuses Pattaya.
FEED KOH SAMUI
The Pandemic and the ensuing Emergency Decree in Thailand have caused immeasurable economic impact across the country. Probably no sectors have been harder hit than hospitality, entertainment and nightlife.
Koh Samui a small Island in the Gulf of Thailand is no exception, in fact 90 percent of Koh Samui's economy depends on tourism.
Due to the devastating impact of the lockdown many businesses are now permanently closed, which has left many locals, inter-provincial and migrant workers who rely heavily on the tourist trade to make a living, struggling to feed themselves and their families.
Our humanitarian goal during this unprecedented period is to help as many people as possible without a job, by delivering food parcels until they can start once again to support themselves.
For people desperately needing to get home to their provinces or are just seeking more prosporous pastures, we will offer them a bus ticket.
We understand that many of you back in your home country are at a loss struggling with the pandemic, but if you can, we ask you to dig deep for this worthy cause.
The Transport Co., Ltd. has announced the resumption of interprovincial bus services on the Southern routes on June 9, following the government’s relaxations for public transport to travel across provinces during the night-time curfew hours (23.00 – 03.00 Hrs.)
The resumption of bus services to the South will be on the following routes (from Mo Chit 2 bus terminal): Bangkok-Ko Samui; Bangkok-Phuket; Bangkok-Dan Nok; Bangkok-Satun; Bangkok-Krabi; Bangkok-Chumphon; Bangkok-Lang Suan, and Bangkok-Three Pagodas Pass.
Above; Soi Cowboy, Bangkok post-pandemic.
This is the final entry of this issue of Menzzoo Magazzine, you can keep upto date with the story 'THAILAND AMID THE PANDEMIC' with our updates page.
Contributing sources :
The Thai Examiner, The Bangkok Post, The Nation Thailand, The Andaman Post, COCONUTS TV, The Thai Royal Gazette, Asean News, Pattaya One, Pattaya online, Thai Visa.com, The Immigration Buraeu Thailand
14 June 2020