Many people die every day ..the news ask the family did he have a vaccine?. if the family say no then its not worth reporting. But if the family say yes he had a vaccination a week ago then the headline is "man dies after vaccine!" You honestly think reporting like this will encourage people to get vaccinated?
Oh and seems he was booster vaccinated 2.5 months after being fully vaccinated with Sino crap..
A bit late, but was just researching this and came upon this helpful infographic in English, showing the domestic entry requirements to Ko Samui effective from September 9th. In short: both vaccination proof and PCR test are needed when arriving from red or dark red provinces. No mention of a quarantine.
It says the source is "Samui covid center", but unfortunately they do not seem to have a website or at least can't be found via web search in English. The Facebook page containing the picture linked above seems to be actively maintained though, so future updates to the regulations can probably be found from there as well.
I was also trying to decipher the moicovid website you mentioned, the one that BKK airlines is linking to. Not only do they have nothing in English, all the info is in pictures, preventing any straightforward google translation
Last year at my extension of my O visa/marriage- we were required to provide original and copies of my wifes House Book. Her House Book is shared and contains the name of an older sister and a niece. Immigration (Hua Hin) asked for a copy of the ID card of her sister and a copy of the page with her sisters name on it, the copy initialed and dated by her sister....Any one else have this experience.
Perfectly legal and acceptable for restaurants in Bruges to add 10% to the bill for foreigners -
- imagine the crowds on the outrage bus if that happened here!