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Along with several back-peddles for the Thailand Pass, Thailand’s CCSA announced yesterday it also plans to ease another Covid-19 restriction- the alcohol curfew. Restaurants, and ‘restaurants’, will be able to serve alcohol until midnight, instead of 11pm. Like the Thailand Pass changes, the alcohol curfew change is set to start on May 1. Thailand’s 11pm alcohol curfew has given venue managers a rough time, especially in historic tourist hotspots such as Pattaya. Last month, Pattaya City Police reported that they arrested a ‘restaurant’ manager in Pattaya for allegedly breaking the Chonburi Disease Control Orders. That month, an entertainment official in Pattaya called […]

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Doesn't make a lot of sense to wait 8 more days to bump the time up 1 hour.  This will help a lot of Thai restaurant businesses make money after the last 2+ yrs of "control".

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