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Phuket’s tourism sandbox plan has been approved, as of today, by The Centre for Economic Situation Administration. The meeting was chaired by the Thai PM. The scheme, which would allow vaccinated tourists to skip quarantine starting July 1, still needs to be discussed between the Tourism Authority of Thailand, the CCSA, and the Phuket governor before becoming official.

Tourists who wish to skip quarantine when they arrive still need to verify that they have been vaccinated against Covid-19 and present a negative Covid test, according to Thailand’s Tourism and Sports Minister. If the plan goes smoothly, it is expected that other tourism-dependent areas in Thailand will follow suit, such as Chiang Mai, Pattaya, Krabi, and Surat Thani province (Koh Samui). Looking further ahead, it’s still planned to have Thailand re-open for tourist business, around the country, by October this year.

But there’s a catch.

Phuket, along with other areas who wish to skip the quarantines measures, will need to vaccinate at least 70% of its local residents before the new plan will be permitted to go ahead. As of now, the Andaman island is requiring 925,000 vaccine doses in order to follow through with achieving some sort of herd immunity amongst its locals. Deputy PM Supattanapong Punmeechaow says the plan would help boost the local economy.

“Phuket has been recognised by foreign tourists. But local businesses and people have suffered during the second wave the Covid-19 pandemic. They have joined forces and offered to be a re-opening model for major tourist provinces. They believe if the government supports the plan, the province should re-open before October.”

(As far as we can ascertain, no Phuket residents have been contacted about vaccination at this stage)

The Disease Control Department also announced today that the CCSA had agreed to reduce the mandatory quarantine period from 14 to 10 days. That will be for both Thais and foreigners, and starting April 1.

Yuthasak Supasorn from the Tourism Authority of Thailand says the local community will need to support the mass vaccination plan if the herd immunity goal is to be achieved in time for a July re-opening. He is optimistic local residents will be in favour, saying the plan is more detailed than last year’s “Phuket Model” and can guarantee the health and safety of the local population. the first round of vaccinations beginning on April 15, followed by the second from May 15.

SOURCE: Nation Thailand

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    sh

    Friday, March 26, 2021 at 8:35 pm

    Many residents have been contacted. Vaccinations will start 2 apr.

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    EdwardV

    Friday, March 26, 2021 at 10:38 pm

    “and present a negative Covid test” – Wonder if that is just a pre flight test, or also a test on arrival. It’s almost expected travelers will have to do a PCR test in order to fly, is that result good enough for Thailand? If you test also upon arrival, it’s in effect a double testing requirement. Would the arrival test be another PCR or just a rapid test? If it’s a PCR, and you don’t quarantine … well you can easily see the issues.

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    Issan John

    Friday, March 26, 2021 at 11:59 pm

    “Would the arrival test be another PCR or just a rapid test? If it’s a PCR, and you don’t quarantine … well you can easily see the issues.”

    … and if it’s “just a rapid test” … well, you can easily see the issues there too, Ed V!

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    Bill

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 2:00 am

    so much fear over a virus that only kills the weak (isaan john would prob bite the dust if infected)

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    Guy

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 2:47 am

    Round trip ticket to phuket please!

    Wonder how many legs there are from us to phuket

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    EdwardV

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 4:16 am

    Yes John, I saw that issue too. Personally I expected the plan to include a 2-3 day testing quarantine. Problem is that doesn’t work if your intent is to get Chinese hordes showing up again. Since the selling point is the lack of any quarantine, why spend the extra money on a PCR test? Just do a rapid and be done with it. After all the Chinese won’t be happy if they get scooped up and thrown into a Thai hospital for 10-14 days half way through their trip. Better to have a test that won’t catch as many of them from the get go. It’s better than no arrival test at all right? It’s always about priorities, and Thai priorities have changed.

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    Issan John

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 9:34 am

    “It’s better than no arrival test at all right?”

    The UK view of rapid tests, rightly or wrongly, was that they were actually worse since they’re so inaccurate.

    Up to 25% false positives and negatives – the false negatives will give a false sense of security, particularly for those vaccinated who will take less precautions even though they’re contagious, while the false positives will mean some tourists who thought they’d be enjoying a holiday will be quarantined in hospital instead pending a PCR test.

    Lose-lose, really 😢

    The problem to me isn’t so much the increased risk, although obviously that’s considerable if you just do some simple maths with even AZ not stopping a quarter of those vaccinated carrying the virus, but the backlash when something goes wrong.

    Rather than a gradual opening, at least with a 2 – 3 day testing quarantine which is what I also expected, it’s basically saying ‘show a vaccination certificate and enjoy yourself from day 1’.

    The backlash, which seems inevitable once things start to go wrong, will set things back with more testing and more quarantine and things will then be a lot worse than if they’d been taken more steadily.

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    J West

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 10:06 am

    Fake doc hotspots like Russia and India will no doubt have the printing presses running hot. Will we see Phuket behind barbed wire preventing escapee Bangkok bound asymptomatic strays the way we saw with the Samut Sakhon lock down? Are Thai who service the farang also now living inside “sealed routes” effectively quarantined? If a Massage Girl from Khon Khen wants to “ Bai Bahn” after exposure, will she quarantine before potentially setting the up-country on fire? I wonder if the Hotel Barons have thought this through?

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    another overseas scot

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 10:14 am

    No mention of how to deal with kids, who cannot be vaccinated anywhere at this stage, but who are not identified as major carriers/transmitters. Unless this issue is resolved then take up will be significantly reduced.

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    Willem

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 10:15 am

    Approved by CESA? WTF

    Its still just a proposal. Nothing realy decided.

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    Ted

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 12:19 pm

    Who believes that they will be successful with “achieving some sort of herd immunity”? They don’t even know how many residents Phuket has and I don’t know any [educated] Thais who will go for the Sinovac vaccine. No, my guess is that this is just another plan that will be forgotten about pretty soon.
    With the first hurdle, that the Songkran celebrations doesn’t gives the government an opportunity scare up the population [again] and enforces yet another lockdown.

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    GeoLeo

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 12:21 pm

    70% vaccination of the residents may be unrealistic. With the stigma that many traditional Asian people have towards medications, and if they are charged for the vaccination (like they are charged for simple Covid tests) then compliance will be especially poor. Even with seasonal flu vaccine in the USA a 40% compliance rate is average, and that’s with most people’s insurance covering the costs and much publicity and education to encourage citizens to get vaccinated. Thai people 70%? Doubtful. But lets hope it can happen. Something has got to jump start tourism or the economy will continue its drop to disaster.

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    GeoLeo

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 12:27 pm

    Exactly. Only a planned proposal, not an approved action plan. So, the music just died at the end of the movie. Let’s hope it happens…

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    Edward the Confessor

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 12:27 pm

    I’m afraid Thailand’s paranoia of catching this disease is their greatest enemy. And yet they live quite comfortably and fatalistically with the road deaths. Bill is absolutely right.

    There has to be a privately instigated risk reward balance between opening up and protecting the vulnerable. This is the reality in the west and what should have happened day 1.

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    EdwardV

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 12:34 pm

    “ Lose-lose, really” – it appears no need to worry. I’m reading it will be a PCR test upon arrival with release pending result. Also some type of restriction on travel within Phuket is mentioned. No real details, but just the type of thing to give a person pause.

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    Issan John

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 2:09 pm

    Exactly, J West – but I wonder if ANYONE has “thought this through”.

    The backlash when it all goes pear-shaped will set back any recovery by months, if not years.

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    zig

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 2:43 pm

    so are you allowed to travel to other parts of the country once arrived in Phuket?

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    Issan John

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 4:13 pm

    “I’m reading it will be a PCR test upon arrival with release pending result.”

    Where are you reading that, Ed V?

    “Also some type of restriction on travel within Phuket is mentioned.”

    Yes, “sealed routes” checked by the app. No chance of anyone having a second mobile they just leave in their hotel room, of course …

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    Mike

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 4:52 pm

    “The backlash when it all goes pear-shaped will set back any recovery by months, if not years.”

    Interesting assessment – you’ve described a potential set-back as “pear-shaped” which, to my knowledge doesn’t describe any actual event or occurrence, yet you’ve managed to estimate a time-frame for a recovery, or at least the length that this mysterious event may last.

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    Issan John

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 8:45 pm

    “Interesting assessment – you’ve described a potential set-back as “pear-shaped” which, to my knowledge doesn’t describe any actual event or occurrence”

    Sorry, Mike, it’s an expression. “Pear-shaped” just means goes awry or badly wrong – it doesn’t mean shaped like a pear! 😂

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    Issan John

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 9:03 pm

    “There has to be a privately instigated risk reward balance between opening up and protecting the vulnerable. This is the reality in the west and what should have happened day 1.”

    It did happen “day 1”, Ed the C.

    Did you see any Thais protesting about not “opening up” last year, with protests about everything from democracy to school uniforms to LGBT?

    Do you see any mass protests, even in Phuket which has to be hardest hit by not “opening up”?

    Even any minor protests?

    Of the 15 “tourism leaders” who signed the appeal to “open up” only one was Thai, the rest were all farangs.

    In every survey, without exception, the vast majority of Thais questioned chose not to “open up” until everyone had been offered a vaccine, and to keep quarantines.

    That doesn’t suit some people, though …..

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    Tim

    Sunday, March 28, 2021 at 1:16 am

    I won’t book my tickets yet. Will have to wait and see how the vaccine roll out in Phuket first.

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    JM

    Saturday, April 3, 2021 at 1:24 pm

    What are the rules around children coming into the country? Would they require to be vaccinated? If so would that then require a family of 4 (2 adults who have been vaccinated and 2 unvaccinated children) to then be quarantined? Family dynamics seem to be getting omitted from all conversations on this topic, especially children are currently not eligible to be vaccinated (and nor should they be)

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The TAT, ever the optimists regarding anything tourism related, even domestic tourism, predict that the Bangkok clusters that have emerged in the week before the Songkran break could reduce traffic and spending by up to half.

Today the CCSA is reporting 789 new infections and one additional death. 522 were local infections, mostly walk-ins to Bangkok hospitals, 259 were discovered through track and tracing. The remaining 8 were found in quarantine from overseas arrivals. In Phuket, another 17 cases have been reported today, taking the island’s week total to 43.

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A 68 year old man from Nakhon Pathom province died on April 4 but wasn’t reported until today. The CCSA report that he died from Covid and “complications”. 33 other former patients have recovered and been discharged.

Last week the TAT estimated 3.2 million domestic trips would circulate 12 billion baht for the Thai economy. But the Tourism Authority has now slashed their estimates by half after hotels, airlines and bus companies reported mass cancellations in the last few days. Other provinces are reporting less than 20% cancellations. Although this weekend will see a lot of travel, Songkran doesn’t formally start until next Tuesday and the TAT expect there could be additional fallout as travellers decide to have a staycation for Songkran instead heading home.

Bangkok Post reports that 70% of travellers to Prachuap Khiri Khan and Hua Hin have already cancelled hotel bookings. Similar cancellations have been reported in Pattaya, Phuket and Chiang Mai. Many other provinces, particularly in the north east and north, are also enforcing quarantine on arrivals or additional paperwork to try and protect their provinces from any of the Bangkok clusters.

8 north eastern provinces rare now requiring 10 or 14 day quarantine periods for anyone arriving from areas where new clusters have been reported. Chiang Mai provincial officials say that tourists from Samut Prakan, Nakhon Pathom, Bangkok, Pathum Thani and Nonthaburi – basically Bangkok and surrounding provinces – must complete a 14 day mandatory quarantine or conduct a test for Covid when they arrive.

The reality is that the travel and quarantine changes are outstripping the ability to communicate them all. Anyone crossing into other provinces in the next few day, especially if you’re travelling from Bangkok and surrounding provincial ‘red zones’ can expect some additional paperwork or a Covid test. Or even quarantine.

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Phuket student protests and is flunked as “not loyal to the nation”

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FILE PHOTO: Student protests led to one student not graduating due to being “not loyal to the nation, institution of the monarchy”

After participating in protests for student’s rights, a Phuket student was barred from graduating 9th grade, moving from middle school to high school, charged with being “not loyal to the nation, institution of the monarchy”. The student had advocated against mandatory uniforms and for student’s liberties. He told reporters that the school started paying attention to his actions last year when he participated in rallies in solidarity with students across Thailand. The school’s student affairs office received a copy of posts he made on social media encouraging others to join the cause. The school ordered a stop to his political actions, but he and his friends disregarded warnings and violated school rules when they handed out white ribbons to classmates. They received a warning from the student affairs office.

Student protests have increased after pro-democracy demonstrations surged in July last year, empowering many Thai people to speak out against injustices, including students’ rights and liberties. People from schools across the nation have been banding together in solidarity to bring their issues to public light.

On graduation day, all the students were promoted into high school, except for the one student protestor, says the Bad Student protest group. The theme of the day focused on dedication to the monarchy, country and religion, and specifically how students should be obedient. The student said he has received support from friends, but his parents remain neutral and his teachers have been completely silent on the matter. He is frustrated that he was punished for his right to express himself. He plans on testing with incoming students to re-enrol in the same school, and if he is not accepted because of the disloyalty charge, he will pursue legal ramifications, suing the school for blocking his right to an education over the student’s protests.

The student believes he needs to speak out to prevent school administrators from imposing on more students’ rights. He advocates for diversity in schools and ending prejudices, with increased liberties and freedoms for students.

“Schools must teach children to be able to think by themselves, not force children to think like them. Schools should create opportunities for students to express their ideas more freely.”

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16 more Covid infections reported today in Phuket

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Phuket is reporting 16 more infections today. It follows visits from Bangkok and last weekend’s Kolour Beachside parties that have resulted in a number of new Covid infections. The number of new infections has reached 26. But deputy governor Vikrom Jakthee says the province has been successful in containing the new outbreak “due to its quick response measures which now include shuttering bars and nightlife venues.

One of the confirmed cases is a male teacher from Headstart International School in Kathu who, after attending the parties on the weekend, was back teaching students on Monday and Tuesday. The school has sent a letter to all parents advising them of the situation and organising testing for anyone who may have come in contact with the teacher.

The closure order in Phuket comes just as the island province was expecting to get an influx of visitors for Songkran, the Thai New Year. Many bar and club owners were expecting some increased traffic during the holiday week. Phuket officials say they will explain to bar and club owners why they decided to close the venues during the critical week for business.

Vikrom previously cited the start of the island’s Covid vaccine roll-out of Covid starting to head towards a herd immunity in time for the province’s proposed July reopening to international tourists. But he admitted that the sudden appearance of the coronavirus on the island again will force officials to reevaluate the schedule for reopening. He also said that almost all cases were in younger age groups of people in their 20s and 30s.

“Today, the number of infected people reported in Phuket has reached 26, many are from entertainment venues. This figure is relatively high. It jumped from 10 to 26 cases. We will invite operators of entertainment places in for discussions.”

Partygoers who went to any of the Kolour Beachside parties in Phuket last weekend are being asked to visit a local hospital for a Covid test. The parties hosted more than 3,000 people, drawing concern after a musician tested positive for Covid-19, having attended all 3 parties. The Phuket Provincial Government and Phuket Provincial Public Health Office released a statement yesterday advising all partygoers to get tested.

“Those who attended the Kolour parties from April 2 to 3 at Shelter Phuket Dance & Night Club in Patong, Cafe Del Mar Phuket in Kamala and Illuzion nightclub on Bangla Road in Patong are asked to get tested.”

SOURCE: Bangkok Post

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