Unless something has changed, there is no legal requirement to wear masks.
You can't be fined either.
I've been in Europe for almost 3 months now.
Coming to Thailand is going to be akin to, going back in time.
I won't be wearing one.
I've always swerved it but can't see it collapsing either.
It is so vast now the economic fallout to a collapse would be huge. To underline that, the Fed have just said due to the recent issues they need stronger regulation to shore it up (perversely it's the lack of regulation that makes it a success) - doesn't sound like they are going to stand aside and let it fail.
I don't have any, but if I did I wouldn't be fretting just yet. Remember you only make a loss when you crystallise it, and with equities crashing diversification may be a smart move.
NIGHTLIFE VENUES Today, Thailand’s Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration – or CCSA – announced the official reopening of nightlife venues in both “green” and “blue” zones across the kingdom. Pubs, bars, nightclubs, massage parlours and karaoke bars are permitted to serve alcohol and open until midnight, beginning June 1. Nightlife venues in “yellow” zones are not permitted to reopen. Green Zones (14 provinces): Chai Nat, Trat, Nakhom Phanom, Nan, Buriram, Pichit, Ang Thong, Mahasakam, Yasathon, Lampang, Surat Thani, Surin, Udon Thani and Amnat Charoen. Blue zones (17 provinces): Krabi, Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Chon Buri, Chanthaburi, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai, Nakhon Ratchasima, […]
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6 million of what 125 million who have died over this period. Many of the lockdownists are the same people who say we need to fight income inequality etc. meanwhile the actual policies placed the biggest burdens on the poor. There’s a lot of people who don’t get paid $100,000 to sit on zoom calls in their pajamas.
It certainly isn’t going away—but now we have vaccines and treatments. Preventing infections is not sustainable. And yet we still see policies like masks and business closures that supposedly (but don’t) prevent infections.