Thailand removes all anti-COVID entry restrictions on October 1

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will require PCR tests or vaccination certificates from foreign travelers upon entry, The Bangkok Post reports, citing the country's Ministry of Health.

“When entering From October 1, passengers in Thailand will no longer need to show vaccination certificates or test results for COVID-19, and infected people with mild or no symptoms will not need to isolate.

According to the newspaper, the Thai authorities have revised the degree of danger of coronavirus for the population and transferred to September next year infection from the category of dangerous to the category of those under observation.

Those who are infected with coronavirus in a mild form or without symptoms, although they will not be isolated, but they need to strictly observe hygiene measures, in particular, do not remove the mask and stay away from the elderly.

According to the Thai Department of Disease Control, after strict people with COVID-19 will also no longer need to take an antigen test to comply with anti-coronavirus measures.

 

 

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