From November 1, it will be possible to return to travel in the Asian country
After nearly two years, Thailand will reopen its borders to shielded tourists on November 1. This morning, the Prime Minister of the Asian country, Prayut Chan-o-cha, announced in a televised address, stressing that from December 1, entertainment venues will also reopen.
The Thai prime minister explicitly referred to the United States, the United Kingdom, China, Singapore and Australia, as safe countries given the low prevalence of Covid at this time, but the circle also extended to European countries. Prayuth said the decision was made with the economy in mind, «Although the repercussions related to the epidemic cannot be ruled out». «I know this decision carries risks and it is almost certain that the daily number of Covid cases will increase once we start to ease measures, but we will be following the situation closely.»Prayuth explained.
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«This is peak season and we can’t miss this opportunityhe finished. The government earlier said it would open the country by October 1, but the deadline has been pushed back due to an increase in the number of infections.
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The government has in recent weeks been pressing ahead with a vaccination campaign and Prayuth said his decision was necessary for a calculated risk. The Prime Minister added that restaurants, bars and entertainment venues will be able to reopen and sell alcoholic beverages from December 1.
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