SITUATION COVID-19 IN THAILAND

CAAT’s recommendations for 11 exempt types of travellers planning a trip to Thailand

11 types of Thai and non-Thai nationals, currently allowed to enter the country, must comply with the conditions, time limits and rules of the authorised persons under the Thai law. Bangkok, 08 July, 2020, at 08.00 Hrs. – The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has issued recommendations for the 11 exempt types of travellers …

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Thailand opens doors with health capability to handle more visitors

The Royal Thai Government is considering local tours for medical and wellness tourists from overseas from next month, and the restart of inbound tourism under a “travel bubbles” concept in September. Bangkok, 05 July, 2020 – Thailand has announced its health capability to manage the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic as the kingdom is opening …

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Tourists to pre-register for visiting national parks in Thailand

127 of 155 national parks across Thailand were reopened from 1 July with the ‘new normal’ for safety and health for all. Bangkok, 03 July, 2020 – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is delighted to inform all tourists that 127 of 155 national parks, as well as wildlife sanctuaries, wildlife nursery stations and relevant …

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Certificate of entry from Thai embassy or consulate required for foreigners to enter Thailand

CAAT reiterates the ban on international commercial aircraft remain in place, while the exemption for 11 groups of Thai and non-Thai nationals to enter Thailand is under the conditions that they apply for necessary documents from the local Thai Embassies or consulates worldwide. Bangkok, 02 July, 2020, at 13.00 Hrs. – The Civil Aviation Authority …

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Thailand announces fifth phase for relaxing of restrictions beginning 1 July

The Thai cabinet approved the extension of the Emergency Decree nationwide for another month, until 31 July, 2020, citing the COVID-19 pandemic remains at serious levels in many parts of the world. Bangkok, 01 July, 2020, at 10.00 Hrs. – The Royal Thai Government has approved the fifth phase for relaxing business and activity restrictions, …

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