The liqueur stores closing order is now in effect for the entire country (76 Provinces).
- Rayong, Ranong, Bueng kan, and Krabi – Closed until April 15th
- Sakol Nakorn, Yala, Pichit, Lopburi, Ayuthaya, Chiangrai, and Mae Hong son – Closed until April 16th
- Amnat Charoen, Uttaradit, Kalasin, Yasotorn, Suratthani, and Khonkaen – Closed until April 17th
- Nakornratchasima and Petchabun – Closed until April 18th
- Nan, Chachoengsao, Nakornnayok, Prathumthani, Trad, Ratchaburi, Songkhla, and Satun – Closed until April 19th
- Chiangmai, Samutsakorn, Kampangpetch, Nong bua lamphu, Prae, Chaiyaphum, Samutprakarn, Ang thong, Lamphang, Sukhothai, Uthaithani, Tak, Phayao, Narathiwat, Nongkhai, Nakhonsawan, Singburi, Mahasarakham, and Nonthaburi – Closed until April 20th
- Pattani – Closed until April 22nd
- Lamphun, Buriram, Surin, Nakornprathom, Samutsongkram, Roi Ed, Chainart, Suphanburi, Mukdaharn, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Ubon Ratchathani, Kanchanaburi, Prachinburi, Trang, Chantaburi, Chonburi, Srisaket, Udonthani, Chumphon, Saraburi, Srakaew, Nakhonphanom, Phang Nga, Phatthalung, Loie, Nakhonsrithammarat, and Petchaburi – Closed until April 30th
- Pitsanulok and Phuket – Closed until further notice
For Bangkok, selling of liqueur and beer is prohibited until April 20th.