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BMA getting ready to ban alcohol sales during April 10-20

BANGKOK Metropolitan Authority spokesperson Pol Capt Phongsakorn Khwanmuang said today (9.4.2020) that an announcement banning the sale of alcohol during April 10-20 by general shops or shops allowed to sell type 1 and type 2 liquor according to the Excise Tax law will be issued before the day is out, Channel  3 Thailand News reported.

He urged the public to cooperate and understand that this ban would further help bring the coronavirus pandemic under control.

At the same time those who want to ask permission to move around Bangkok during the 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. curfew as allowed by certain professions could click the QR Code BMA has set up (BKKCOVID19) to fill out the form right away.


A deserted Chinatown street during the current 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. curfew. Photo: PostToday

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