Thailand lifts COVID-19 state of emergency and lifts entry restrictions from September 30


The Thai authorities have decided to lift the state of emergency introduced in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Also, the remaining entry restrictions will be lifted in the country from September 30. This was announced on Friday, September 23, by the Deputy Director of the Information Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand and Deputy Spokesperson for the Center for Control and Combating the Spread of COVID-19 Nataphanu Nophakun.

“From September 30, all remaining restrictions related to the pandemic are canceled, and the government’s Center for Control and Combating the Spread of COVID-19 ceases to exist and work,” he said.

The lifting of restrictions means that those entering Thailand will not need to provide vaccination certificates or negative PCR tests and laboratory ATK tests for coronavirus. In addition, individuals with COVID-19 with asymptomatic or mild symptoms will not be required to self-isolate. RIA News.

For those who enter Thailand with coronavirus symptoms and want to monitor their condition, there is an option for self-monitoring for five or 10 days. However, the very possibility of entering the country of being infected with COVID-19 will not be affected.

Thailand is located in the lead in booking from Russian tourists this autumn. The average check for air tickets from Russia to this country in October is 66.5 thousand rubles. In addition, among travelers from the Russian Federation, demand is gaining momentum for New Year tours to Thailand.

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