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Thailand lifts barriers for more foreigners

/ 05:12 PM August 04, 2020

By The Nation

BANGKOK —  More types of foreigners will be allowed to return to Thailand, Dr Taweesin Visanuyothin, spokesman for the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration said on Monday.

Those who will be allowed to return to the kingdom are as follows:

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Foreigners who hold a residential permit as well as their spouse and children;

• Foreigners who hold a work permit and their spouse and children, as well as migrant workers who hold official documents allowing them to stay and work in Thailand;

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• Foreigners granted entry under special agreements, such as Thailand Elite cardholders.

These groups are required to follow the Public Health Ministry’s measures strictly and spend 14 days at an alternative state quarantine site.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand confirmed these measures.

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