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Possibly in the wake of the deadly fire at Mountain B Pub which prompted inspections of entertainment venues across Thailand, particularly in Bangkok, police shut down three bars in popular Bangkok hotspots for operating illegally. Otto Bar in Sukhumvit Soi 22 and Emerald Club and Krystal Club, both in Thong Lor were shut down yesterday. Otto Bar was shut down for one month after police investigated and found that the venue was opened without a license and was also lacking a liquor permit to sell booze. The Deputy National  Police Chief ordered the shutdown of the unpermitted bar as it […]

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 it was the Krystal and Emerald clubs that were widely blamed for sparking a resurgence of the virus that spread across the Kingdom in April 2021, which damaged tourism reopening plans and further decimated the already-fragile economy

No, having an open nightclub did not damage the economy.  The extreme overreaction of the Thai government decimated the economy.  Did the nightclubs put in place such onerous restrictions to enter the country that no one came?  No, that was the Thai government.  

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