Posted on: March 25, 2020 Posted by: ผู้บังคับฝูงบิน Comments: 0
Aiming to encourage social distancing, the Government Lottery Office has postponed the April 1 draw to May 2 and cancelled the April 16 and May 2 lotteries.

Chairman Phachara Anantasilp said the May 2 draw will begin as usual at 2.30pm.

“If the virus situation has worsened by that date, we might postpone it again.”

Vendors who obtained tickets in advance for April 16 – any purchased since March 20 – will get their money back via bank transfer, Phachara said.

“We’re also considering changing the format for ticket sales, using automatic machines or online channels instead of vendors, to reduce the physical interactions among vendors, buyers and our staff,” he said.