Thailand has announced that foreign tourists will have to stay within the island-country for a longer duration starting from October. The announcement was recently made by a government official as the government wants to give a boost to the tourism sector, which is the main source of revenue for the country.
According to the reports, Tourism Authority of Thailand Governor Yuthasak Supasorn has said that tourists visiting Thailand will now have to stay for a minimum period of 30 days, which includes a 14-day quarantine period close to their hotel. After the quarantine is over, tourists can move to explore other areas.
The decision has been taken after authorities suspended plans to make travel bubbles with partner nations as the COVID-19 cases in Asia increased.
As a rule, starting from October 1, visitors will undergo two Coronavirus tests during quarantine before they can proceed to travel freely across Phuket, as told to the press by the Minister of Tourism and Sports Phiphat Ratchakitprakarn.
After that, visitors will undergo an additional test and stay within the province for one more week and, then after, travel across Thailand.
Thailand has managed to control Coronavirus quite effectively. In about three months, there is no confirmed case of local COVID-19 transmission, stated stakeholders of tours and travel industry.
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