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Thailand News Today – Tuesday, June 2, 2020

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A slightly different Thailand News Today with some basic information for people wanting to return to Thailand during this current period. The documentation you will need and where to get help. We also have most of the up-to-date information about the daily updates and information about borders and bans here at thethaiger.com

This article has a bit more information. The KEY point is that the Government has said they will assess each application on a case-by-case basis but, clearly, they are only wanting urgent, work or family-based re-entries at this time. For people just wanting to come for a holiday you will need to wait for the travel bans for international travel to be lifted. That won’t be until at least the end of June. You will also need to keep up to date when airlines may be re-starting services from your part of the world. Flights will be patchy, and probably expensive in the early days, as airlines re-establish their business models.

Again, we will keep you up to date with any progress on these announcements.

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    Patrick kealy

    June 3, 2020 at 11:36 pm

    Unless these Earslings rescind those idiotic bans and travelers from other countries can once again fly to Thailand for a holiday or to come back to their homes opening the skies on July 2 is like trying to piss into a hurricane. Nobody is getting a fit to fly certificate, nobody is going to get a 100K health policy for Corona and nobody are going to agree to be quaranteened for 14 days. Either these morons in the Thai Government get their shit together or they can look to a recession that makes October 1997 seem like nothing at all.

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