Thailand eased international border restrictions significantly on November 1 for the first time in 18 months. Hundreds of vaccinated foreign
Thailand eased international border restrictions significantly on November 1 for the first time in 18 months. Hundreds of vaccinated foreign tourists arrived in the Thai capital for quarantine-free travel after the Southeast Asian nation approved visitors from more than 60 countries.
Updated on Nov 02, 2021 04:39 PM IST 7 Photos
Covid-19 cases in Thailand declined to a four-month low. Thailand reported 7,574 new cases, the lowest single-day tally since July 8, as Southeast Asia’s second-biggest economy this week reopened its border to foreign tourists.(REUTERS)
Foreign tourists visit the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand a day after the country welcomed the first travellers vaccinated against the coronavirus disease to enter the country without the need for a two-week quarantine.(AFP)
Buddhist monks walk inside the Grand Palace, a day after Thailand welcomed vaccinated traveller to enter the country without the two-week quarantine.(AFP)
Thailand ended quarantine for vaccinated visitors from more than 60 countries from November 1 to revive its tourism-dependent economy.(REUTERS)
Thailand kickstarted its tourism industry from November 1 after 18 months of Covid curbs.(REUTERS)