Health Minister to propose cancelling Test & Go entry at Cabinet assembly at present

Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul will suggest the cancellation of the Test & Go quarantine exemption programme to the Cabinet through the meeting at present, based on reviews in Thai media. The proposal will have to be permitted by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration, and an official order will need to be published in the Royal Gazette earlier than the scheme is cancelled.

UPDATE: An pressing CCSA assembly, chaired by PM Prayut Chan-o-cha, has been scheduled for this afternoon

The Test & Go quarantine exemption scheme allows vaccinated travellers from approved countries to enter Thailand with simply an as a lot as in the future keep in quarantine whereas they wait for their results from an on-arrival RT-PCR Covid-19 check. With Model of cancelling the scheme as a result of Omicron issues, Thailand’s tourism operators have expressed frustration and concern, however the Tourism Authority of Thailand governor says the CCSA still needs to hear to all sides before making a call.
“We still have to pay attention to from the CCSA concerning the ultimate decision this week. The CCSA has said clearly it plans to hearken to all stakeholders fastidiously before nailing down a call.”

The government can be anticipated to review the lists of high and low risk nations for Covid-19, and probably ban those travelling from excessive threat international locations. Eight African nations are already on Thailand’s no-entry list as a outcome of emergence of the Omicron variant..

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