23 Chiang Mai eateries closed
Authorities goal venues seen as having excessive Covid danger forward of renewed alcohol ban
CHIANG MAI: Authorities have ordered the momentary closure of 23 eating places and eateries serving alcoholic drinks in Muang district after some clusters of Covid-19 infections have been detected in high-risk locations.
The provincial public well being workplace on Saturday reported 283 new coronavirus instances in Chiang Mai. Most instances have been linked to new and present clusters of infections at eateries serving alcoholic drinks.
The order comes simply earlier than a renewed ban on alcohol consumption in restaurants takes impact on Sunday in 68 provinces as a part of a nationwide effort to cut back Covid danger. Solely eight so-called blue-zone provinces together with Bangkok shall be exempt.
The Chiang Mai illness management committee stated 4 eateries would face closure for 14 days from Jan 7 to 20:
- Dwelling Machine on Nimmanhaemin Street in tambon Suthep
- Zoe in Yellow store on Ratvithee Street in tambon Sriphum
- Hom Bar on Talad Khamthiang Street
- Tha Chang Café on Ratthanakosin Street in tambon Chang Phuek.
4 others have been closed for 7 days from Jan 7 to 13:
- Chalui Café on the Chiang Mai-Lampang Tremendous Freeway in tambon Chang Phuek
- Siew Santitham in tambon Chang Phuek
- Sopha Café on Nimmanhaemin Street in tambon Suthep
- Thay store on Nimmanhaemin Street.
Fifteen different locations have been closed three days from Jan 7 to 9. They’re:
- Too Good Nimman store on Suthep Street
- The Park Society Bar & Hostel store on Kamphaeng Din Street in tambon Chang Khan
- Peng Café Nimman on Nimmanhaemin Street
- Laotong store on Trasawong Street in tambon Faham
- The Riverside Bar & Restaurant on Ninmanhemin Street
- Seoulhigh on Chang Moi Street in tambon Sriphum
- Blacklist Café & Restaurant on Nimmanhaemin Street
- 86’s Room on Chang Moi Street
- SPV Café on Chaiyaphum Street in tambon Chang Moi
- Café Wander on Loi Khor Street in tambon Chang Moi
- Phojai Bar on Nimmanhaemin Street
- Peela within the Backyard store on Bamrung Buri Street
- The Good View Bar and Restaurant on Charoenrat Street in tambon Chang Moi
- Lism Café on Chiang Mai-Lampang Tremendous Freeway
- Good Bar Icon Park on Maneenopparat Street in tambon Chang Phuek.
Native officers on Saturday inspected all 23 companies to see whether or not they have been abiding by the closure order. Some had closed earlier than the illness management panel issued its order whereas some others have been simply changing into conscious of the directive.
Whereas alcohol consumption in eating places shall be banned in 69 provinces, and all evening leisure venues together with pubs and karaoke rooms will stay closed, the latter can search permission to function as eating places in the event that they meet sure circumstances.