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Thailand allowing tourists to visit without quarantine

Thailand changes its entry rules again – allowing more tourists to visit without quarantine november 2021

Earlier this month, the Thai government said it would allow quarantine-free entry for tourists from 10 countries from November 1. But on Thursday, Prime Minister Prayut Chanocha said he would increase the list of approved countries to 46. Under this plan, vaccinated arrivals must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test before departing for Thailand and re-test upon arrival. If the result is negative, you are free to move and travel across Thailand in much the same way a Thai citizen can.46 countries thailand

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According to Tourism Thailand, among the 46 countries, the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland, Germany, China, Singapore, Spain, France, Italy, United Arab Emirates and Malaysia are included.46 countries thailand

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Visitors from countries not on the approved list can still travel to Thailand, but must meet other COVID-19 requirements, such as traveling on a sandbox model. The sandbox model allows fully vaccinated tourists from around 70 countries to travel to Thailand without quarantine if they stay in a designated area within Phuket, Phang Nga, Surat Thani, Krabi or any other approved destination for at least 7 days before traveling to another area. allow to be. country. In accordance with this system, visitors must also be tested regularly.

Expected to reopen the border in November, Thai Airways will resume flights to 36 destinations this winter, including London, Paris, Sydney, Munich, Stockholm and Copenhagen. Airlines such as Emirates, KLM, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways have been operating flights from the United States to Thailand starting in November, typically with one stopover.

Thailand is preparing for more tourists, but a national state of emergency remains until November 30. Although cases are generally declining across the country, some regions are seeing significant increases. The Center for COVID-19 Situation Management (CCSA) is particularly concerned about the surge in Chiang Mai ahead of the reopening of the border next month, and will continue to monitor the situation, according to the Bangkok Post.

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According to the Thai Embassy in the United States, about 37% of Thailand’s 70 million people have been vaccinated so far, but officials plan to expand vaccination in the coming weeks.

Thailand continues to classify provinces into dark red, red and orange zones based on the risk of COVID-19, with different restrictions in place for each zone. Before you depart, check the latest information about your travel destination. Face masks are compulsory throughout Thailand and must be worn indoors and outdoors in public places and on public transport.

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