Tourism officials push for all entry restrictions for vaccinated travellers to be lifted by June 1

Thailand’s tourism officers want an finish to all entry restrictions for vaccinated travellers by June 1. That means no quarantine, no Test & Go rules, no Sandbox zones, no Covid-19 checks. A plan to steadily lift restrictions over the following few months, main up to the elimination of all restrictions by June 1, has been drafted by the Tourism and Sports Ministry. Private will want approval by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration.
If the number of daily new Covid-19 infections stays regular in the course of the Songkran vacation from April 13 to 15, then the ministry will move forward and suggest the primary section of the plan to the CCSA. Under the ministry’s plan, the on-arrival PCR Covid-19 take a look at might be changed with a speedy antigen test, or ATK, beginning May 1. The faster test, with results again in minutes, means travellers will not need to e-book a room at an accredited resort to self-isolate whereas they wait for their results.
If the change in on-arrival testing is permitted, and if there is no spike in the infection rate, then the ministry will make another proposal to the CCSA to raise all restrictions for absolutely vaccinated overseas vacationers, according to Tourism and Sports Minister Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn.
Under the ministry’s plan (which still wants approval)…

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