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Chonburi Governor Pakarathorn Thienchai (right) greets massage and spa workers calling on him to provide rent relief and financial compensation as the coronavirus lockdown continues.

Pattaya massage and spa workers have called on the governor of Chonburi to grant rent relief and financial compensation as the coronavirus lockdown continues.

Governor Pakarathorn Thienchai received the letter from masseuses and masseurs in Pattaya and across the province on August 14.

The letter explained how massage and spa workers have been deprived of income for months, but still have expenses such as rent, utilities and family bills. Rent, in particular, is an issue. They called on the province to provide rent relief.

With Chonburi in semi-foreclosure and all non-essential businesses shut down, masseurs, in fact, aren’t worse off than almost everyone.
The governor has received their request, but relief for one industry when everyone is in pain is unlikely.

Health massage operators have called for help, including allowing them to open massage parlors, even if only in tourist destinations.
The masseuses presented a letter explaining how they were deprived of income for months.
Governor Pakarathorn received the letter and said he would address the matter at a future meeting.


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