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Phuket extends current Covid restrictions from June 1 “until further notice”


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On one hand Phuket officials are extending restrictions to control the Covid situation, and on the other hand the TAT is talking up the July reopening of the southern Thai island. On Friday the CCSA and PM gave permission for the island’s “no quarantine” reopening to go ahead. The plan has not yet been included in the Royal Gazette. But, as the Thai government and local hospitality providers start to get ready for the much-needed arrival of world travellers, Phuket’s Governor has signed an extension to the current restrictions from June 1 “until further notice”. But he’s also announced the […]

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Apart from the mixed signaling with the extension "until further notice" I am actually surprised they are relaxing their current rules at this time,  I would have thought they would try to keep everything on lockdown until the end of the June.

Will be interesting to see how this goes. And how firm they will be on this 70% it seems it will be hard to reach in just one month.

 

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44 minutes ago, Tjampman said:

the mixed signaling

Too true, Tjampman! 'Extend' and 'relax' restrictions on the island that is hoping to open - almost wide-open - in just over 4 weeks time . . . crazy!

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@AussieBobThis appears to be a repeat of your earlier (27 minutes ago) post, Bob. How's this come about?

I can delete it if it's just complicating the thread.

KC

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32 minutes ago, King Cotton said:

@AussieBobThis appears to be a repeat of your earlier (27 minutes ago) post, Bob. How's this come about?

I can delete it if it's just complicating the thread.

KC

Different news item - same opinion - decided not to say it all again.

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