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TAT declares Phuket “is ready” to reopen for tourism on July 1


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Tourism Authority of Thailand governor Yuthasak Supasorn attended a meeting with Phuket officials yesterday following months of vacillation by local tourism officials and central government departments. The tug-of-war between public health imperatives and Thailand’s battered tourist industry has caused a constant barrage of changes to announced details. “There will be no quarantine for foreign visitors under the Phuket Sandbox scheme and their 2 week confinement to the island will suffice.” A media release from the TAT yesterday afternoon says that… “the Phuket Sandbox, is meant for fully vaccinated tourists from countries with a low or medium risk of Covid-19 transmission.” […]

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1 hour ago, Thaiger said:

The TAT is hoping to attract 129,000 tourists to Phuket from July and September

TAT, according to a well-known dictionary, is ‘anything that looks cheap, is of low quality, or in bad condition’

A more local meaning is Tourism Authority of Thailand.

‘Same-same’, one might fairly say.

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