After the first day of pub-bar opening, Deputy Commissioner of Police 2 inspected a service location in Pattaya


The local beer bar industry is back to its usual business following the government’s decision to allow the establishments to reopen on June 1. However, they must not be opened until 24 hours after the government’s deadline. The police were quick to react to the situation. Due to the government’s decision, the establishments in 17 provinces, as well as 14 surveillance areas, can be reopened on June 1.

The government’s decision to allow the establishments to reopen is a victory for the people. It allows them to serve alcoholic beverages and to be fully vaccinated. Aside from the regular staff members, the service users and musicians must also be fully vaccinated. Employees must also regularly check their ATK.

After a day of celebrating the national holiday, reporters went to the town of Pattaya in Chonburi province to explore the nightlife scene. One of the areas they visited was Walking Street, which is a popular tourist destination. Despite the government’s decision to allow the establishments to reopen, a large number of them still remained closed.

After the situation improved, many of the entrepreneurs decided to renovate and reopen the establishments. Both foreign and local tourists visited the area to see the atmosphere and use the service. They also met some of the individuals who travel to the area to visit. Unfortunately, despite the government’s decision to allow the establishments to reopen, there are still not enough operators in Soi 6 to support the local beer bar industry.

Despite the overall positive atmosphere in the area, there are still some areas that are not ideal for tourists. One of these is the traffic conditions in the area due to the construction of an underground power cable project. This project, which is still not yet completed, is expected to have a negative impact on the tourism industry. To address this issue, the local police are working together with the volunteers and the tourist police to improve the situation in the area.

The Muang Chonburi Police Station’s director, Col. Nithat Waenpradab, has assigned Pol. Col. Ekkarat Malawanno, the Deputy Superintendent of the Suppression Division, to coordinate with the local police officers to ensure that the public is protected. According to the regulations issued by the governor of Chonburi Province, the establishments that are planning on opening their services after the deadline of 24 hours must follow certain measures. These include refraining from activities that could cause congestion and ensuring that the staff members are vaccinated. In addition, the owners of bars and restaurants in Ban Suan Subdistrict are also expected to follow the CDC’s guidelines.

Aunt and her husband were arrested for producing one marijuana plant in order to gain merit and temporary parole from Chonburi Provincial Court.

Author: joyce


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