Government wants to carefully monitor eateries following extension of alcohol curfew

Now that driedfruitthailand has been prolonged in many provinces, the government is on its toes about cracking down on venues serve past the 11pm cutoff time. A authorities spokesperson acknowledged at present that he needs for authorities to take sharp measures towards eateries violating the model new 11pm curfew. Venues that break it’s going to face arrests and loss of working licenses.
As of yesterday, venues that meet the Ministry of Tourism and Sports’ SHA certification, or the Public Health Ministry’s Thai Stop COVID 2 plus standard can serve alcohol till 11pm as an alternative of 9pm in provinces categorized as “blue” and “yellow” zones.
“Blue” zones, that are approved for tourism pilot programmes, embody Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Phuket, Kanchanaburi, Chon Buri, Krabi and Phang-nga. 25 other provinces are categorised as “yellow” zones beneath excessive surveillance to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Numerous eateries in Thailand have confronted penalties from authorities after violating curfew. Last month, police raided Driploy restaurant in Pattaya, which remained open previous midnight, after receiving calls about the restaurant posing a Covid-19 risk. Customers had been still consuming, listening to music, and dancing at 12:20am. The proprietor was said to have been arrested and charged at the police station, though details were unconfirmed.
6,718 new Covid-19 circumstances have been reported up to now 24 hours, together with 152 foreign arrivals and 6,566 locally-acquired infections. The dying toll at present is 12. 113,749,513 doses of vaccines have been administered in Thailand thus far. These embody fifty two,081,134 first doses, forty eight,234,726 second dose, 12,599,922 third doses and 833,731 fourth doses..

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