Published on : Wednesday, May 27, 2020
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), Mumbai is proud to inform you that the country’s efficient front liners have been successful in reducing the spread of COVID-19. Over the past few months, the Royal Thai Government and TAT collaboratively undertook strict healthcare measures to ensure the health and safety of the local citizens and stranded tourists. As of 25th May, 2020, the total numbers of infected patients in Thailand is 3042; a total of 2928 patients have completely recovered; 57 patients are receiving treatment presently and 57 deaths have been recorded till date.
The country still continues to observe strict social distancing and mandatory sanitation regulations issued by the government, however, most sectors including travel and hospitality are in the process of resuming services. Thai government approved second phase for easing restrictions from 17 May. Restaurants, markets, exercise venues, parks, hairdressers, clinics, animal hospitals and grooming parlours, golf courses and driving ranges, shopping malls and hair salons are allowed to operate but will adhere to government guidelines. Before entering such places, customers will have their body temperature checked, wear a face mask, clean their hands with soap or alcohol, and maintain social distances. Further, the government also declared the reduction of the night-time curfew from 10.00 pm -04.00 am to 11.00 pm-04.00 am.
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The authorities are hopeful about welcoming international tourists shortly by establishing a new normal of experiencing Thailand and continue to be one of Asia’s most favored destinations.