Entertainment Operators Asked To Suspend Activities Throughout October
The Ministry of Interior has instructed all provincial governors to seek cooperation from operators of entertainment business to suspend entertainment activities throughout October in correspondence with the final mourning and Royal cremation ceremonies.
Interior permanent secretary Chatchai Promlert said Friday that the ministry had been informed by the office of the secretary-general of the cabinet regarding all the activities related to the Royal cremation ceremonies as well as guidelines for all entertainment activities throughout October.
He said that entertainment and festive activities should be scaled down, but certain activities such as weddings which were planned in advance could go ahead and should not be held in open space.
Meanwhile, tourism and sports permanent secretary Pongpanu Sawetroon said the Ministry of Tourism and Sports had made preparations to accommodate tourists during the final mourning month with the setting up of centres to provide information to the tourists as well as the private sector.
Volunteers will be stationed at the centres to offer help.
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