Chonburi province releases new orders: Bangsaen Beach closed overnights, Pongsak market temporarily closed, Navy closes many Sattahip Beaches

Chonburi, Thailand-

  The Chonburi Public Relations Department released new orders last night, June 26th, 2021, closing temporarily several more locations to help prevent the spread of Covid-19. All of these orders are until further notice with no set expiration date:

-Bangsaen Beach is now closed from 8:00 P.M. to 4:00 A.M. overnight. This follows complaints from local residents of youth allegedly gathering and drinking in the area overnight, violating Covid-19 control orders.

-Pongsak Market, located on Ratprasong Road in the Mueang Chonburi District, will be closed until July 10th, 2021. All businesses and shop operators in the area are also closed.

-Additionally, although not on the order, the Royal Thai Navy announced the closure of the following beaches yesterday:

Beaches in the navy area in Sattahip: Saikaew Beach, Nam Sai Beach, Nang Rong Beach, Toei Ngam Beach, Sor Beach, Kham Beach, Samae San Beach, Dong Tan Beach (NOT the one in Jomtien, this is in Sattahip), Tean Talay Beach, Kinnaree Beach, Nang Ram, Khai Phramaha Jetsada Ratchajao Beach Sea Turtle Conservation Center. This is until further notice. Photo credit Salehere.

The Chonburi order in Thai is below:

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