Thailand will Resume Quarantine Exemptions for Vaccinated Entrants in February

Translated by: MOS Education Team – NoQ G

Thailand will reinstate a “test and go” quarantine exemption for vaccinated arrivals from Feb. 1 to prevent the rapid spread of the CCP Virus, the country’s coronavirus task force said on Thursday (Jan. 20, 2022), according to Reuters. The policy requires visitors to be tested on arrival and five days later, and to agree to have their whereabouts tracked, a spokesman said at a briefing.

The working group is also set to expand another similar quarantine exemption program, in which vaccinated tourists must agree to stay in one place for a week. The program is currently in place on Phuket and Koh Samui, and the working group is set to add the popular eastern beaches of Pattaya and Elephant Island to the list. Authorities will also allow restaurants to serve alcohol from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m., but bars and nightclubs will remain closed. The moves are aimed at reviving a tourism industry hit hard by weak global tourism demand and Thailand’s strict quarantine requirements.

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