Wed. Sep 28th, 2022

Cambodia-Thailand border checkpoint guarded from inside Thai territory on December 19, 2019. (Hang Sok Hong)

Thailand’s Kovid-19 Centers for Disease Control (CCSA) on Friday decided to allow foreign tourists who have been fully vaccinated to enter their country without having to go through screening or testing for the Kovid virus. This is according to the publication by the Thai Nation newspaper.

The decision was approved by the Ministry of Public Health’s Education Committee and the Epidemiological Monitoring Team at a meeting of the Coverage-19 Situation Center (CCSA) chaired by Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan. Oja, while this decision will take effect on May 1.

However, for passengers who have not been vaccinated or have been vaccinated in a single dose, RT-PCR testing will be required upon arrival and on the fourth or fifth day of stay in the country. They will also be required to stay separately for 10 days.

Thailand’s Kovid-19 Centers for Disease Control (CCSA) on Friday decided to allow foreign tourists who have been fully vaccinated to enter their country without having to go through screening or testing for the Kovid virus. This is according to the publication by the Thai Nation newspaper.

The decision was approved by the Ministry of Public Health’s Education Committee and the Epidemiological Monitoring Team at a meeting of the Coverage-19 Situation Center (CCSA) chaired by Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan. Oja, while this decision will take effect on May 1.

However, for passengers who have not been vaccinated or have been vaccinated in a single dose, RT-PCR testing will be required upon arrival and on the fourth or fifth day of stay in the country. They will also be required to stay separately for 10 days.

By kao186

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