In total, fully vaccinated citizens from 46 low-risk countries can enter without having to quarantine afterward. This was announced by the Thai Tourism Office in Bern.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, 67, said Thursday that his country is now better equipped and can open up to tourism. So far, the quarantine requirement has been lifted for only ten countries.
Fully vaccinated visitors from the 46 states are reportedly being allowed to enter by air. You must submit a negative test result prior to departure and agree to take another test upon arrival. More details should follow on Monday.
Thailand had already relaxed entry rules at the end of September: fully vaccinated people had to be in hotel quarantine for seven days instead of the previous 14 days. A ten-day quarantine period applies to unvaccinated visitors. (SDA/CNR)
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