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Alcohol in Pattaya is a top story? In the entire time of the pandemic, alcohol has never been banned in my country or restricted. Learn from what the prohibition did in the US. It just served to make it more desirable. I can understand that serving alcohol means people will congregate and common sense might go out the window. But what are the stats on that? In reality it only served to make the difficulty of restrictions, even more difficult. What's next? Banning eating in public places?

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