With Pattaya’s Covid-19 surge, metropolis PR “requests” no occasions with over 50 people

According to announced yesterday that folks shouldn’t maintain gatherings or events with greater than 50 people. This news got here after Chon Buri province reported 1,419 new Covid infections, and a couple of new deaths in the province, yesterday.
The Pattaya News noted that the announcement is not a legal order from the Chon Buri governor at this stage, but a “request”. The Pattaya City Deputy Mayor spoke to TPN media about the so-called request to limit numbers of people gathering at this time.
“Due to many confirmed Covid-19 instances in Pattaya and Chon Buri, activities involving greater than 50 individuals gathering SHOULD not be held.”
Pattaya has now postponed a music pageant after 1,250 new infections hit Chon Buri province on Thursday. The locations and artist lineup had already been confirmed for the complete month of March.
Meanwhile, Thai officers are nonetheless contemplating whether or not to cancel water fights and parties on Songkran. Songkran events have been canceled in Thailand ever since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration will meet subsequent week to debate what steps will be taken for Songkran this yr, although they’ve already foreshadowed that there might be restrictions on the water events and festivities.
The CCSA chair stated people will be in a position to have fun Songkran in a means “as near normal as possible”, though it won’t be fully normal..

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