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Published: Nov 18, 2021
Some 56.8 per cent of Thais disagree with the government’s decision allowing restaurants in 17 “blue zone” provinces to serve alcoholic drinks to customers, the latest poll shows.
Published: Dec 04, 2020
The Royal Thai Police and Public Health Ministry held a press conference on Friday to announce the enforcement of a new law that prohibits the sale or advertisement of alcoholic beverages via digital channels.
Published: May 04, 2020
Security officials kept a close eye on shoppers who swarmed to Makro wholesale centre to pick up alcohol to ensure they followed social distancing and other regulations put in place to control the spread of Covid-19.
Published: May 02, 2020
The government will allow sales of alcoholic beverages from May 3, but drinking at the venue will not be permitted.
Published: Apr 29, 2020
Lampang has extended closure of venues that pose risk of Covid-19 infection and also maintained the ban on sale of alcoholic beverages, provincial governor Narongsak Osottanakorn said on Wednesday (April 29).
Published: Aug 02, 2017
Three female presenters or “pretties” at a restaurant in Saraburi’s Muang district have been arrested for appearing in revealing cosplay dresses on a Facebook Live post promoting a “buy 1 get 1” beer promotion.
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