By law, tourists from most countries can get a tourist visa for 30 days and are fined 500 baht for every day they overstay.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) situation in Thailand as of 18 March 2020, 11.00 Hrs.
Thailand's cabinet on Tuesday approved plans to postpone next month's Thai New Year holiday and to close schools to limit the spread of the coronavirus
“I can assure you that the government has enough food supplies and face masks. We have never been complacent in dealing with emergencies and crises,” he said.
Some of Thailand’s top universities have cancelled classes this week.
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The holiday will no longer fall on April 13 to April 15, but new dates weren’t announced.
"We are not at a stage where we need to stockpile food," Gen Prayut said.
Thailand canceled the grant of visa on arrival for 18 countries and visa exemption for three others to contain the spread of the coronavirus, March 11.
The latest report brought the total of the local patients to 70
Prime Minister and Defense Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha gave a press briefing on March 10 at the Government House, Bangkok.
Here are the “Question and Answer” regarding the measures the Thai government is implementing with regards to Coronavirus or Covid-19.
Thai Rath said a press conference would be held to announce the details on Wednesday.
The measure will commence on Thursday and all personal information for inbound tourists will be kept in the system for 14 days after their arrival.
The three confirmed infections raised the number of local cases to 53. Of these, 33 had recovered and returned home, 19 were at hospitals and one died.
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