Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, prices for virtually all food and household items have skyrocketed.Eggs in particular have become more expensive – and sometimes scarce. While Germans and residents of many other western countries primarily hoard toilet paper, in Thailand eggs are hoarded.
The governor of Chonburi, Pakarathorn Thienchai, issued further restrictions that apply to Chonburi and thus also to Pattaya. This is intended to limit the spread of Covid-19 in the province.Among other things, supermarkets and grocery stores are prohibited from selling alcohol between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m.
The governor of Sakon Nakhon banned the sale of alcohol until April 16.The regulation published on Monday evening “prohibits the sale of spirits and alcoholic beverages of all kinds” because of the outbreak of Covid-19The province in northeastern Thailand is the first to have a total alcohol ban.
An industry leader in Chonburi has described the devastating effects of the Covid-19 outbreak on tourism in Pattaya.The chairman of the Association of Thai Industries in Chonburi, Thanet Suphasahatrangsee, spoke to 77kaoded and said that “zero tourists” are traveling to Pattaya now. A few Russians had been in the seaside resort so far.
Air pollution in the north remains at a critical level. In Chiang Mai alone, the authorities monitored almost 400 active fire hotspots on Sunday.On the index of the online platform Air Visual, Chiang Mai leads the ranking of the cities with the poorest air quality in the world. It doesn't look any better in the surrounding provinces.
In an effort to curb the spread of Covid-19 in Pattaya, Pattaya city officials informed residents and tourists.They set up an information center at the north end of Beach Road in front of the Thai Airways International building.
The governor of Chonburi asked the citizens not to leave the province.In a message that is clearly aimed at workers who want to return to their home provinces and villages, the governor warned that this could endanger relatives, especially the elderly and children.
he news platform Manager reported that a meeting attended by high-ranking officials criticized measures to curb Covid-19.According to Thai media, the vice mayor of Pattaya, Sutham Petchket, “blew a fuse” after it emerged that information and itineraries about six foreigners and a Thai who were infected with Covid-19 have not been passed on.
The Chonburi governor has imposed further restrictions to control the spread of Covid-19.The governor's decision includes social distancing as well as the closure of excursion destinations, venues and shopping centers throughout the province of Chonburi – and thus also in Pattaya.
Residents and tourism companies are demanding that the island of Koh Lan be sealed off to prevent the spread of the novel corovirus Covid-19.Media reported that locals, tourism companies and officials met at Wat Koh Lan, where a vote was held to block the island from visitors.
The Sawang Boriboon Thammasathan Foundation will no longer bring sick people to the hospital, but will specialize in traffic accidents.Prasit Thongtidcharoen, head of the rescue foundation, said that while ambulances are disinfected, the safety of volunteers and employees cannot be guaranteed.
The police arrived to prevent people on Won Napha and Bang Saen beaches from sitting there and spreading the novel coronavirus Covid-19.Images had appeared on social media showing that the sociable residents of Bang Saen had settled on mats on the beach.
The seaside resort returns to its roots. The bars and entertainment venues are closed and there are hardly any tourists left in the city.This is what Pattaya must have looked like when it was a sleepy fishing village 50 years ago when there was no talk of the world-famous and infamous party city.
The governor of Bangkok intensifies the fight against the spread of the novel coronavirus Covid-19 and has ordered far-reaching closures.The five provinces bordering Bangkok have joined in on this decision and have ordered the temporary closure of many high-risk Covid-19 transmission sites from March 22 to April 12.
Disinfectants continue to be sprayed regularly in the seaside resort Pattaya to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus Covid-19.This time it was the turn of Soi 8 and the police station on the corner of Beach Road and Soi 9.
Despite the economic crisis triggered by Covid-19, there are companies that benefit from the novel coronavirus pandemic.While more and more Thais are keeping their social distance, food suppliers are looking forward to a boom.
As of now, 25 Centara hotels are closing for a month due to the effects of Covid-19. Centara is one of the largest hotel chains in the country.In addition to the closure of most domestic hotels, three hotels in the Maldives and Sri Lanka will also close, the management said.
The governor of Phuket has issued a decree that the Phuket International Airport will close at midnight on Friday, April 10.The governor of Phuket, Phakkhaphong Thawiphat, announced that air traffic to Phuket will be suspended,after previously ordering land and sea traffic to be stopped from March 30th to April 30th to prevent the spread of the novel corona virus.
The governor of Phuket had the holiday island sealed off. With a few exceptions, nobody can enter or leave the island.After on Sunday six new Covid-19 cases became known and the number of patients increased to 53, the governor had the island sealed off at midnight on March 30.
The novel coronavirus Covid-19 continues to spread: After the first death in Thailand and more infections that have become known in Thailand (currently 43 according to official data), the MotoGP 2020 in Buriram was canceled.The motorcycle race was supposed to take place from March 20th to 22nd.
Things to do in Pattaya
Many jet skis, water scooters and surfboards line the beach, listening to music from the restaurants, bars and clubs and promising a fun-filled evening.Travellers from all over the world enjoy sunbathing in the beach, while Thais are full of energy to offer their goods and services. Thanks to this warm atmosphere,