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Why not let all of the retirees back first?

See  how  happy  they are in their  holiday best clothes

Does anyone have any confidence that the powers TAT be would reveal any positive tests on the Chinese tourists out of this group ? Still, I suppose McDonalds will be happy with a 4 table booking

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40 minutes ago, Rockhound said:

Why not let all of the retirees back first?

1st, the retirees aren't doing multi million baht developments and 2nd, they're all sitting in countries with new waves and spikes in covid cases.

 

As for the prediction of 6.7 million tourists this year they would have to fully open by Nov 1st and instantly receive 111,666,666 tourists per day.

Given the current situation in BKK I can see that escalating 10 fold if the government announced they were throwing open the doors to the pandemic so the rich and elite could get richer. :wai:

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

"What we want now are quality tourists who stay for a long time," Yuthasak said.

Please just officially replace the word ' tourists ' with  ' foreigners ' or  ' expats ' , and I would feel better about being welcome in LOS ...

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"However, the unrest has not impacted interest in the country, Tourism Authority of Thailand governor Yuthasak Supasorn told Reuters."

 

What does this even mean? Is this based on the 39 special visa holders?

 

"There have been no cancellations or any enquiries about it so far and people are following the news," 

 

Do those future tourists from China even know of the unrest?

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