- Thailand’s month-long curfew will be coming to an end of 15th June 2020.
- Eateries are allowed to serve alcohol.
- Bars, nightclubs, and karaoke joints aren’t allowed to resume operations.
Since the beginning of April, there are many rules and regulations implemented to ensure health and safety in Thailand. These implementations have drastically changed our lives. However, June is flowing with good updates. In recent news, it was reported that the delayed Songkran Festival to be hosted in July, and Thailand’s government to pay locals to travel domestically. Here’s another one!
Thailand’s Month-Long Curfew To End
On 12th June 2020, the spokesperson of Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, Taweesilp Wisanuyothin, announced that the night-time curfew will be lifted on 15th June 2020. Currently, the night-time curfew is running from 11:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m.! This is part of the Phase 4 implementations, and the rules and regulations are slowly loosening up.
In this phase, eateries are allowed to serve alcohol for dine-in customers. However, bars, nightclubs, and karaoke joints are still not allowed to operate during this phase. On a happier note, a green light has been given to convention centers, museums, and science centers, theme parks, and arcades to resume their operations. With that said, remember all the safety measures before heading out!
Happening From 15th June Onwards
For the past few months, it was important for all of us to stay at home. It feels good that things are loosening up. Now, we can have a change of scenery. Remember to keep a safe distance, wear mask, and sanitize to keep the numbers low! Are you excited about the lifting of the night-time curfew, and openings? Let us know in the comments.
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