Chon Buri eases Covid-19 restrictions – what’s allowed now?

Easing of Covid-19 rules has been announced by the governor of Chon Buri, going into effect today, with many companies allowed to reopen. According to a Facebook submit on the province’s Public Relations web page, the new less restrictive rules are according to the revisions enacted by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration across the country.
While the curfew in Pattaya and the encircling province has not been lifted and remains to be necessary, it has been moved to 10 pm to 4 am, permitting companies to remain open an additional hour from 8 pm to 9 pm. Convenience stores will nonetheless be allowed to open, but should close between 9 pm and 4 am.
Privy are allowed to open until 9 pm similarly to the new Covid-19 guidelines in Phuket, with occupancy at 50% for air-conditioned indoor eateries and 75% for outdoor or open-air businesses. Live music will be permitted again, but all musicians besides the singer have to be masked and are not allowed to combine with patrons. Unlike Phuket that permits three bandmembers most, Chon Buri permits 5.
More importantly, in contrast to Phuket, the sale of alcohol at restaurants remains to be strictly forbidden. In reality, consuming alcohol remains to be principally prohibited in public and only allowed at house and not in groups.
Gatherings are limited to 25 folks most and, like everything else, must finish by 9 pm at the latest. After many headline-grabbing police raids, a birthday party might be like that of a child – small, without booze, and over by 9 pm.
Some of the venues and companies allowed to reopen under the revised Covid-19 rules, together with what restrictions are in place:
 

Nightlife is still not allowed to open with the model new Covid-19 guidelines in addition to some daytime activities. All bars, nightclubs, karaoke, go-go bars, and gents golf equipment must strictly remain closed. By day, amusement parks, water parks, arcades, pool halls, and snooker halls are not permitted to open. And any alcohol-related activity is still strictly banned..

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