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Thailand: Vaccination not Required for Dining in at Restaurants

Thailand: Vaccination not Required for Dining in at Restaurants

For the last two years, Corona has wreaked havoc all over the world. Due to the lockdown, people had to suffer a lot of financial loss, but now slowly life is coming back on track. All activities are being started. And now to get the economy back on track in Thailand, the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration has announced that people in deep red zones will no longer need to be fully vaccinated to eat in restaurants.

Last week, the Ministry of Public Health proposed easing restrictions on dining in restaurants only for vaccinated customers, or who tested negative via an antigen test kit before being admitted.

That is, now those people can also eat in restaurants who have not been fully vaccinated. . Provided they have to follow certain rules

The government believes that now the world has “learned to live with COVID-19, so now we have to proceed with some precautions. Tawisilap Wisanyuthin of the CCSA asked the Ministry of Public Health on restrictions in terms of infection rates”. asked to monitor the effect of relaxation”. has been instructed.

Not only this, schools are allowed to open in Bangkok provided they fulfill the conditions set by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation. Gatherings of more than 25 people will also not be allowed.

Beauty salons and barber shops have reopened for booking but cannot accept walk-in customers. Massage businesses can reopen for foot massages only. Restrictions on inter-provincial travel from dark red provinces are also being lifted, with airlines allowing domestic flights to resume at over 75% capacity.

The lockdown is being opened gradually but the corona curfew will remain in force from 9 pm to 4 am.

The CCSA reported 14,666 new Covid-19 cases and 19,245 recoveries in the 24-hour period since the last count. Thailand now has 171,368 active Covid-19 cases, a downward trend as the number of new recoveries continues to exceed the number of new infections.

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