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Chiang Mai shuts 23 restaurants

Chiang Mai’s governor on Friday ordered 23 restaurants in Muang district to shut down for between 3 and 14 days after days after customers sparked Covid-19 cluster outbreaks. All the establishments served alcohol.

Health officials urged visitors to any of the restaurants to get tested immediately and isolate at home for 7 days even if the result is negative.

All staff including musicians will be ATK tested every three days during the closure. Restaurant owners failing to comply face a fine of up to 100,000 baht and/or one year in prison.

Chiang Mai recorded 298 new infections on Friday, 152 of whom were customers of local restaurants. Local hospitals are treating 1,315 Covid-19 cases, while 672 are in community isolation and 503 people are isolating at home isolation.

Restaurants shut until January 20:

– Living Machine, Suthep sub-district

– Zoe In Yellow, Sriphum

– Hom Bar, Patan

– Thachang Café, Changpheuk

Restaurants shut until January 13:

– Chalui Café, Changpheuk sub-district

– Siew Santitham Plaza, Changpheuk

– SOPA Café, Suthep

– THAY, Suthep

Restaurants shut until January 9:

– Too Nice Nimman, Suthep sub-district

– The PARK Society Bar & Hostel, Changkhlan

– Perng Café, Suthep

– Lao Tong, Fah Ham

– The Riverside Bar & Restaurant, Changmoi

– Seoulhigh, Sriphum

– Blacklist Cafe & Restaurant, Suthep

– 86’s Room, Changmoi

– SPV Café, Changmoi

– Café Wander, Changmoi

– Phojai Bar, Suthep

– Pi Lao in the Garden, Phra Singh

– The Good View Bar and Restaurant, Changmoi

– Lism Café, Changpheuk

– Good Bar Icon Park, Changpheuk

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