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Hanging in there...

Thai immigration announces an extension to visas for those farangs unable to return home to covid

Link Here1st June 2021
The Thai Immigration Bureau has announced that foreigners who are still stranded in Thailand due to the COVID-19 situation can remain in the country until at least late September.

The deadline for people to apply for a so-called COVID extension has now been extended to July 29.

The extension costs 1,900 baht and is valid for 60 days from the day a person's current permit to stay ends or from the date of application.

This means that those applying for the extension could potentially stay in Thailand until the end of September.

Extensions are granted based on the applicant being unable to return home due to COVID-19, the lack of flights to their home country or that the applicant has a letter from their embassy requesting permission to remain in Thailand.



Rising from the depths...


Link Here7th May 2021
It's always good to see new bars arising but one has to worry about whether the coronavirus situation will ease soon enough to allow them to open.

Octopussy signage has appeared on the upcoming bar street Soi Boomerang off Soi Buakhao. Hopefully it rise from the depths come the end of the lockdown.




Ninja A-GoGo makes way for Dove Club

Link Here2nd May 2021
Ninja A-GoGo at about the centre of Soi LK Metro was killed off some time during the coronavirus lockdowns of 2020.

The venue has been gutted and is being reborn as Dove Club A-GoGo.

One suspects that there will have to be a truce in the war with covid before the venue can open its doors though.



A dry cough...

Thailand bans all venues from selling alcohol in response to a continuing covid outbreak

Link Here18th April 2021
Thai health officials have announced new Covid-19restrictions targeting Thailand's hardest-hit provinces. The new restrictions include ordering all nightlife venues to close. Restaurants cannot serve alcohol and those dining-in must leave no later than 9pm. If you want to get take-away, you must do so before 11pm, unless you are in a province listed as an orange zone.

Taweesilp Wissanoyothin of the national pandemic task force also said that all gatherings should be kept to no more than 50 people, schools should avoid holding in-person classes, restaurants can no longer serve alcohol, nightlife venues must remain closed and hours limited at a number of businesses where people gather in the nation's COVID-19 red zones.

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