On Apr. 11, 2020, an announcement has been made by the Thailand Ministry of Interior to temporarily close liqueur (including beer) stores in 47 provinces, in order to reduce risk of citizens contracting Covid-19. The details are as follows:

  1. Chonburi and Pitsanulok – Closed until further notice
  2. Rayong and Ranong – Closed until April 15th
  3. Sakolnakorn, Yala, Pichit, Lopburi, and Chiangrai – Closed until April 16th
  4. Uttaradit, Kalasin, Yasotorn, and Suratthani – Closed until April 17th
  5. Nakornratchasima and Petchabun – Closed until April 18th
  6. Chachoengsao, Nakornnayok, Prathumthani, Trad, and Ratchaburi – Closed until April 19th
  7. Chiangmai, Samutsakorn, Kampangpetch, Prae, Chaiyaphum, Samutprakarn, Ang thong, Lamphang, Sukhothai, Uthaithani, Narathiwart, Nongkai, and Nonthaburi – Closed until April 20th
  8. Lamphun, Buriram, Surin, Nakornprathom, Samutsongkram, Roi Ed, Chainart, Suphanburi, Mukdaharn, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Ubon Ratchathani, Kanchanaburi, Prachinburi, and Petchburi – Closed until April 30th

For Bangkok, selling of liqueur and beer is prohibited until April 20th.

Provinces highlighted in yellow are affected by this order

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