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Restaurants in the Thai capital Bangkok are allowed to serve drinks, but the drinks cabinet will be locked at 9 p.m


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It all seemed in order but the BMA in the capital, the easing’s measure to limit alcoholic drinks in restaurants and eateries until 9 p.m., on the condition that they meet all prevention measures and SHA standards.

This move is in line with the decision by the administrative centre for Covid19 containment, the CCSA, to use the capital as a pilot area for tourism in the first instance.

The following locations can open again from tomorrow 1 November under strict prevention measures and conditions until otherwise announced:

• Daycare centres can open again based on the decision of the GGD.
• Restaurants, eateries and other dining establishments that meet SHA standards may serve alcoholic beverages until 9:00 PM.
• Convenience stores, fresh produce markets and flea markets are allowed to continue operating.
• Libraries and museums may open, but no food or drink may be served and no group activities may take place.
• Cinemas can fill 75 per cent of the seats.
• Beauty salons, spas and massage parlours may serve customers by appointment only.
• Public parks, sports facilities, swimming pools and water sports locations can open again.
• Gyms and fitness centres are allowed to reopen under strict Covid-19 preventive measures.
• Stadiums can host matches, but each spectator must show proof of full vaccination or negative ATK or RT-PCR test within 72 hours.
• Events can be held in exhibition and convention centres, but no alcohol is allowed and meals must be prepared separately.
• Shopping centres and community centres can operate normally, but must not conduct activities that give rise to gatherings.
• Theaters, martial arts schools and dance studios must notify the GGD before reopening. • Weight-loss clinics, amulet centres, zoos and aquariums can function normally.
• Playgrounds may reopen under the direction of the relevant district office.
• Saunas, amusement and water parks may reopen if all preventive measures are strictly adhered to and customers provide proof of vaccination or negative ATK or RT-PCR test within 72 hours.

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