Here are the “Question and Answer” regarding the measures the Thai government is implementing with regards to Coronavirus or Covid-19.
Sixteen more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the Philippines, bringing the total number of those who have been infected with the new virus to 49.
You may check your flight status by visiting the Flight Status Page on the PAL website 48 hours before your trip.
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.
“We do not test nor certify disinfectants. Anyway they put it, it is misleading and false,” the ECDC tweeted.
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.
Regularly visit the MOPH website for updates.
Below is the complete translation of the said order published on the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) website.
The new cases are from San Juan City, Quezon City, and Bulacan.
The Songkran party on Khao San Road and activities in two neighbouring communities have been cancelled this year to prevent the possible spread of coronavirus disease
Philippines confirms 10 new coronavirus cases, bringing total number of infected people to 20.
The extra screening points are in addition to the entry screening points at the International Arrivals, Level 1, International Passenger Terminal 1.
The Philippines is not in Thailand’s list of high risk countries. However, airline staff may ask for a medical certificate depending on the airline.
The Department of Health (DOH) reported four new confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the country to ten.
The ban covers China, Egypt, India, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Syria and Thailand.