Travelers Infected With COVID-19 No Longer Banned From Entering Thailand

Thailand will soon allow entry of foreign travelers who are infected with the COVID-19 virus, following the cabinet’s approval to remove the disease from the list of illnesses that bar visitors’ entry into the country.
Deputy government spokesperson Rachada Dhnadirek said Tuesday that the change would take effect after it was published in the Royal Gazette, according to Bangkok Post.
However, she noted that visitors with dangerous stages of tuberculosis, leprosy, elephantiasis, third-stage syphilis, chronic alcoholism, and drug abuse-related disease are still barred from entering Thailand.
The move comes as Thailand has seen a rebound in its tourism sector, with 3.78 million tourist arrivals from January to August, the majority of which came from Malaysia, India, and Singapore….

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