It’s the ONE year anniversary of closing Thailand bars and nightlife for ‘two weeks’

Bars in Nana Plaza Red Light District, Bangkok

Bars in Nana Plaza entertainment complex in Bangkok. Photo: pxhere.

This week last year is when the Thai government legally closed bars and nightlife for “two weeks” in 41 provinces, including Chonburi after the third “wave” of Covid-19 began in Thailand. Eventually, this led to an eight-month ban on alcohol at all restaurants until the government finally relented just before Christmas last year, but only partially.

A year later, legally, bars, nightclubs, entertainment venues, etc. are still shut and operating in grey areas in some provinces, mostly tourist zones, as converted “restaurants” with various rules and restrictions.

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By Adam Judd
The Pattaya News

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