Record of what’s reopening in Bangkok | eTurboNews | Tendencies
Additional types of Bangkok venues and businesses are allowed to resume operations starting today, June 22, 2021 under the latest Premise Temporary Closure Order (No. 33).
- The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) announced the latest order to temporarily close premises (No. 33).
- This follows the Royal Thai Government’s recent announcement that it is further easing COVID-19 measures across the country.
- Read on for a comprehensive list of what’s reopened and ready to use.
Find out what’s on the list from public swimming pools to public parks, museums to cockfighting rings, bowling alleys to horse races, weight loss centers to beauty salons and more.
- Public swimming pools or similar businesses.
- All types of pools or ponds for sports or water sports activities such as jet skiing, kite surfing and banana boat sailing are allowed to reopen for a limited number of customers until 9:00 p.m. and are allowed to hold sporting events without an audience.
- Learning centers, science centers for education, science parks, science and culture centers and galleries.
- Public libraries, community libraries, private libraries, and bookstores.
- Shops that sell food or drinks – the consumption of food and drinks in the named locations is allowed until 23:00. These places must limit the number of people consuming food and drink to 50 percent of the regular seats. The consumption of spirits and alcoholic beverages at the mentioned event locations is prohibited.
- All types of outdoor and well-ventilated indoor sports facilities may be reopened until 9:00 p.m. and sports events may be held without an audience.
- Convenience stores can resume operations at their regular hours.
- Any activities prone to the spread of disease such as meetings, seminars, banquets, distribution of food or related items, parties, camping, production of film or television programs, religious activities, Dharma practice, and meetings with elderly relatives can be organized but the number of participants must not exceed 50 people.
The recent Order No. 32 of the BMA allowed the following five types of venues to be reopened in Bangkok.