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Nov 1st: Quarantine free countries named - one night must be in SHA+ or AQ hotel - curfew lifted, bars stay shut


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I guess this is an improvement for people who need to see family, do business trips etc.   But I don't see many genuine tourists coming when they could go somewhere closer to home with less

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You have to ask the question, why would anyone want to come, when it is going to involve additional insurance expense, aggravation and stress just getting in, when there isn't any entertainment open a

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42 minutes ago, yogi yogi said:

so if i stay in bkk i can stay in a sha hotel or aq hotel . my choice?? where does someone get a list of those in bkk>??

 

That is a good question,yet I know of one around the corner from my condo her in BKK. It's in Sathon and is the EVERGREEN

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35 minutes ago, lordblackader said:

How can they be lifting a "curfew" in Chiang Mai when Chiang Mai never had a curfew? 

CM has been under curfew a long time before Covid-19. The police and army shut the bars down very heavy handedly..By 11 pm the streets are emptied and bars shuttered..

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3 hours ago, jerrymahoney said:

And now sit back and wait for the Well-What-About-Me? posts.

Or the smug "I don't come for a fortnight's holiday, so I don't risk losing 2 days of my holiday in enforced quarantine." posts.

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3 hours ago, fusion58 said:

Are they talking about covid-19 insurance? Very confusing language.

 

I have a feeling that 50k will be the new normal even after covid.

 

Still do not see a lot of the long term visitors coming until bars open.

 

Don't say anything but there are a couple of bars open on samed although the hotels are dry.

 

Well at least I have the beach.

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So according to this if they are able to come on the same basis as their parents then they will need to take a PCR test also on arrival? I think we can safely rule out any hordes of families, ie a large portion of real tourists.

 

Quarantine-exempt countries and territories : Children under 12 yo. who have not been vaccinated can enter under the same measures as their parents. This has been conveyed to all Thai embassies abroad.

https://twitter.com/NatapanuN/status/1451425896468938755

 

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2 minutes ago, Bkk Brian said:

So according to this if they are able to come on the same basis as their parents then they will need to take a PCR test also on arrival? I think we can safely rule out any hordes of families, ie a large portion of real tourists.

 

Quarantine-exempt countries and territories : Children under 12 yo. who have not been vaccinated can enter under the same measures as their parents. This has been conveyed to all Thai embassies abroad.

https://twitter.com/NatapanuN/status/1451425896468938755

 

The first farang answering him says "thanks so much, so my children just need to do a test on departure and arrival."

Some people are just -

 

1. Deranged

2. Desperate

3. Deluded

4. All the D's above

 

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