Thailand’s overnight curfew may be revoked 15 days: army brass
A top military commander said the overnight curfew may be suspended 15 days to test the waters.
Drinking at restaurants, concerts, sports to resume
The government is likely to allow alcohol to be served at restaurants, concerts and closed-venue sports to resume and saunas to reopen in the fourth phase of lifting coronavirus restrictions from June 15.
BOUNTY HUNTERS TURN IN FRIENDS, BLOGGERS WHO POST BOOZE PICS
BANGKOK — An admin who ran a Facebook page educating Thais on different types of craft beer said he was surprised health officials demanded a fine of 50,000 baht for “advertising” alcohol on social media. Officials told him they received a tip-off from someone.
Activists want investigation into government’s plans to “spy” on people
Political activist Srisuwan Janya (aka. “Thailand’s complainer-in-chief,”) is lodging a petition with the National Human Rights Commission
Bangkok business owners submit open letter to parliament to end alcohol ad ban
On 4 June, a group of small business owners and bloggers gathered at the Parliament House and presented an open letter.