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UPDATED: Control Zones And Restrictions Explained

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The CCSA will recategorise many provinces on Monday 22nd February each with different controls and restrictions in place.

Below is a brief explanation of what each colour represents.

Note that the new restriction levels can be upgraded by provincial governors as they see fit to control the spread of Covid-19 in their own part of the country. What they cannot do is loosen the levels set by the CCSA.

control zones explained

DARK RED – Maximum Controlled Area

Only Samut Sakhon remains in a highly controlled area with the highest category of restrictions.

Schools, gyms, massage shops, pubs and entertainment venues remain closed.

Some businesses can open again, including restaurants until 9 pm but no alcohol.

RED – Highly Controlled Area

This category has been scrapped and the four provinces previously categorised downgraded.

ORANGE – Controlled Area

8 provinces fall under “controlled” category, mostly Central and East including Bangkok plus Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Samut Prakan, Tak, Ratchaburi, Samut Songkhram, Nakhon Patham.

Bars and entertainment venues can open until 11 pm with alcohol and live music (no dancing).

Restaurants can also open to 11 pm with alcohol sales permitted.

Schools can reopen as normal.

Events for up to 300 people are allowed but must adhere to social distancing rules.

YELLOW – Under Maximum Surveillance

14 provinces fall into the “maximum surveillance” category including Chonburi.

Bars and restaurants can open until midnight with alcohol permitted.

All spas and massage parlours can open.

Sports competitions and events can have spectators.

GREEN – Under Surveillance

There are 54 remaining provinces under “surveillance” mainly in North, Northeast and South.

These provinces have very few restrictions with the usual social distancing rules and regulations to adhere to.

All the above new measures are subject to change without notice and expected to come into effect on Feb 22.

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New Stickboy 2.0 Social Channels To Follow

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Follow, follow, you should follow Stickboy…

Several new Stickboy 2.0 social media channels are now live and awaiting you to press Like & Follow.

The new Facebook page is right here.

Twitter folks can follow on @StickboyBangkok, while the Insta crowd can head here.

YouTube, TikTok and Line Official are all in the works and will be live during July.

New Social Channels

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Technical Troubles

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In the process of making a few changes to the front and backend of Stickboy 2.0 it would seem that every upgrade or fix results in numerous breakages.

The most frustrating of them all is the PHP cache that won’t automatically clear leaving visitors thinking there have been no updates since their last visit when there probably have been.

technical troubles

A temp fix for readers is to refresh the homepage in your browser and Voilà! All the latest updates will appear.

Hopefully, the tech folks will have this fixed over the weekend.

As for all the other small snags, they will be fixed soon. Fingers crossed.

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