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Pattaya plans for reopening with no quarantine for vaccinated travellers


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Pattaya will reopen to foreign tourists this year under a model similar to Phuket… but only if 70% of residents are vaccinated against Covid-19. Local officials are seeking more vaccine doses in an effort to reach herd immunity and bring people back to one of Thailand’s most popular tourist destinations. Under the plan “Pattaya, Move On,” quarantine in Pattaya would be waived for foreign travellers who are vaccinated against the coronavirus. Pattaya mayor Sontaya Kunplome says they plan to reopen to foreign tourists during the fourth quarter of the year. City officials are targeting tourists from Germany and Russia. The mayor says only […]

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2 hours ago, Thaiger said:

Those travelling to Pattaya under the proposed travel model will need to stay at a hotel that is certified by the Safety and Health Administration.

Is that some kind of ASQ extension? I.e. Special hotels?

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2 hours ago, Thaiger said:

 . . . . under a model similar to Phuket… but only if 70% of residents are vaccinated against Covid-19

Yes, that sounds straightforward enough, but Sontaya Kunplome had better have his waste-bin handy for when yet another model gets scrapped. Just a gut-feeling . . . that's all.

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