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Taj Cafe On Sukhumvit Soi 3 Busted Selling Booze And Baraku

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Taj Cafe On Sukhumvit Soi 3 Busted Selling Booze And Baraku

Sixty-five patrons and staff were arrested in the early hours of Saturday at a restaurant just off Sukhumvit Road in the Nana area of Bangkok for violating the Emergency Decree.

Officers from the Immigration Bureau and Lumpini Police Station raided the Taj Cafe on Sukhumvit Soi 3 just after 1am following a tip-off the restaurant was open selling booze and baraku to customers.

Taj Cafe on Sukhumvit Soi 3

Not only did police find shisha and alcohol sales taking place at the venue masquerading as an Indian restaurant, but they also found 12 people who had entered Thailand illegally and one foreigner on overstay.

All were charged with visa violations and violating the emergency decree.

Fifty-two others, including 42 Thais and 10 foreign nationals, were charged with illegal assembly in violation of the decree.

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The manager Mandeep Singh, a 28-year-old Indian national, was charged with working without a permit, violating the emergency decree and the City Hall closure order and allowing baraku to be smoked on the premises.

All were taken to the Lumpini station for further legal proceedings.

On January 2 the BMA announced the closure of 25 types of businesses, including entertainment venues to contain the spread of Covid-19 following an outbreak in mid-December that began rapidly spreading around the country.

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The First Batch Of Covid-19 Vaccines Arrived In Thailand Today

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The First Batch Of Covid-19 Vaccines Arrived In Thailand Today

The Prime Minister visited Suvarnabhumi Airport this morning to personally received the first batch of Covid-19 vaccines flown in from China.

The first 200,000 Sinovac doses arrived on Thai Airways flight TG675 from Beijing as Thailand prepares to kick start its national vaccination campaign.

The receiving ceremony was also attended by Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul, Deputy Public Health Minister Sathit Pitutecha, and Yang Xin, Chargé d’Affaires of the Chinese Embassy.

In addition to the Sinovac’s vaccine, another 117,000 doses of AstraZeneca’s vaccine will also arrive this afternoon.

According to the Ministry of Public Health, the second batch of 800,000 doses of Sinovac’s vaccine will arrive next month and another batch of one million in April.

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JUST IN: BMA Give Green Light For Booze From Today

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BMA Give Green Light For Booze From Today

After what feels like an eternity, the Bangkok Metropolitan Authority has just announced that bars and entertainment venues can reopen and booze is back on the menu at restaurants effective immediately.

The news comes after the BMA Communicable Disease Committee met this afternoon to discuss the relaxing measures that came into effect yesterday from the CCSA that saw Bangkok downgraded to the Orange Controlled Area category.

The news means restaurants can now sell alcohol to customers, nightlife can resume and bars reopen – all with a closing time of 11pm.

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ThailandPlus Tracking App Now Mandatory For All Foreign Tourists

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Foreigners who have been issued with a Certificate Of Entry to Thailand are now required to download the ThailandPlus app prior to their arrival, according to the Government Public Relations Department.

Announced last October, the ThailandPlus tracking application is intended to create confidence among foreign tourists about their health and safety while on holiday together with containing the spread of COVID-19.

ThailandPlus functions like the Mor Chana app using GPS and Bluetooth for track and trace in addition to linking with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to log information including certificate of entry details.

The whereabouts of all tourists with the app installed will be known throughout their stay and allow authorities to immediately alert visitors if they have come into any high-risk situations or environments.

Authorities said the application would not infringe on any users privacy and is intended only to combat the spread of COVID-19.

Thai embassies and consulates overseas will provide visitors with information about how to download and use the ThailandPlus app.

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