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CCSA has yet to begin talks on lifting alcohol ban at Bangkok restaurants


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Authorities haven’t begun to mull over whether to allow restaurants in Bangkok to serve alcohol again. The booze ban at restaurants and the closure order on bars is intended to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The idea is that with nowhere to go out for a drink, gatherings would be reduced. To lift the ban on alcohol at restaurants, the Public Health Ministry needs to make a proposal to the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration. After being asked about when restaurants could resume selling alcohol, the National Security Council chief, who is also the CCSA’s head of operations, Nattapon Nakpanich, […]

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 . . . . . To lift the ban on alcohol at restaurants, the Public Health Ministry (PHM) needs to make a proposal to the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA). After being asked about when restaurants could resume selling alcohol, the National Security Council (NSC) chief, who is also the CCSA’s head of operations, Nattapon Nakpanich, said a proposal from the ministry needs to be added to the meeting agenda before the topic is discussed. If the proposal is made, the CCSA will consider lifting the restriction, he said.

And that's all there is to it - just these 5 steps - were you about to ask one of those silly questions about when alcohol will return to restaurants again. Simple, eh?

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I mean come on...  Who cares about bangkok, they still have high daily case rates.
but why not slowly open up in the rest of Thailand?

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12 minutes ago, Ted said:

the public is punished because a few can't behave

Yeah . . . good call and probably very applicable to the present restrictions situation.

Hello, Ted and welcome to T-T!

Please feel free to tell us a bit about yourself in 'Introductions'. It's good to pick-up on those sometimes differing regional or geographical perspectives.

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Happy posting

KC

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