Private sector countdown occasions to go forward in Bangkok on New Year’s Eve

New Year countdown events organised by the private sector in Bangkok can still go ahead, provided they adhere to strict disease management guidelines, based on a Bangkok Post report. The CCSA is giving the go-ahead regardless of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration cancelling government-organised events in the capital over considerations in regards to the Omicron variant.
Supoj Malaniyom from the CCSA says non-public sector events can go forward, so long as they’ve obtained prior approval and adhere to safety measures.
“City Hall and authorities in different provinces should enforce strict compliance with the precautions prescribed by the Public Health Ministry.”

Yesterday, the BMA determined to axe government-organised events in the capital amid fears of a surge in Omicron infections. Deputy governor Kriengyos Sudlapha says City Hall has been monitoring the effects of the Omicron variant as it spreads quickly in other countries. He says the BMA has taken on board advice issued by the World Health Organisation that international locations should postpone New Year countdown events.
The Bangkok Post reports that all official occasions within the capital have now been cancelled, including an in a single day prayer ceremony and a morning gathering to offer alms to monks on New Year’s Day. This event was anticipated to happen at Larn Khon Muang close to the Giant Swing but will now not go ahead. ติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์บ้าน organised by district offices and due to happen across the capital have also been axed.
Events organised by the non-public sector can still go ahead but Kriengyos says they need to adhere to illness management measures. These embody screening and limiting the variety of attendees and guaranteeing they wear masks and observe social distancing. Two of the largest occasions still going forward in the capital will happen at Iconsiam and Central World.
“We is not going to ban these occasions, however we’re seeking their cooperation. The tips set by the Public Health Ministry should be strictly adopted.”

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