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Thailand set to ease entry for foreigners

/ 04:57 PM June 29, 2022

Entry for foreign arrivals set to be eased
BANGKOK — The Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration recently announced it would scrap the Thailand Pass entry system for foreign tourists from July 1.

Meanwhile, the mask mandate has already been lifted but passengers in crowded areas including those using public transport are urged to keep wearing face masks.


Here is a summary of the updated entry measures effective from July 1.

Entry for foreign arrivals set to be eased



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