Bangkok, December 31, 2020 – – Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide you with the latest information on the latest announcement regarding the ban on national meetings by the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand.
Published in the Royal Thai Government Gazette on December 30, 2020, it came into effect immediately, and Commander-in-Chief General Chalermpol Srisawasdi issued a ban as responsible for security-related emergencies until further notice.
The announcement cites local community infectious diseases that are currently occurring in Samut Sakhon and Rayong, which have spread to several other Thai states and may potentially spread nationwide.
Prohibitions of the following rallies imposed nationwide by stimulating the economy and taking precautions to protect health and curb the spread of outbreaks:
A rally that aims to pose a risk of transmission of the disease, take advantage of opportunities to exacerbate the suffering of people, or spread the disease.
Meetings and activities that attract crowds to government-designated “highly controlled areas” or “controlled areas” are prohibited. Household gatherings can be held while government activities can be carried out under strict social distance rules.
Meetings and activities that attract the crowd to government-classified “highly monitored areas” or “supervised areas” can be held with the prior approval of the Governor, who has taken strict disease control measures.
With the exception of household gatherings, the activities of governments and state-owned enterprises can also be carried out under strict social distance rules.
Violators face penalties that may include imprisonment of up to 2 years and / or a fine of up to 40,000 baht.
TAT wants to remind all that the 2021 New Year’s activities have been canceled or virtualized nationwide in order to avoid large rallies in accordance with the guidelines of the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand.
TAT also takes this opportunity to remind everyone to wear masks in public, keep social distances, and wash their hands frequently, making everyone safe and healthy a festive holiday. I want to be able to enjoy the season.
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