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Nationwide COVID-19 Restrictions Lifted Effective Immediately


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The Thai Government has resolved to lift nationwide COVID-19 restrictions in accordance with the country’s plan to downgrade COVID-19 to endemic status in July.

 

The announcement, published in the Royal Gazette on June 23, 2022, and effective immediately, removed the color-coded zoning, reclassifying Bangkok and the other 76 provinces as green zones.

 

The public is advised to wear a face mask in crowded places, such as public transportation, markets, and concert venues, as well as for individuals with certain health conditions.

 

Restaurants and eateries may serve alcoholic beverages to dine-in customers in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, and communicable disease control guidelines.

 

Pubs, bars, and karaoke lounges that have been certified with the Thai Stop COVID 2 Plus by the Ministry of Public Health are also permitted to operate in accordance with the applicable laws, regulations, and communicable disease control guidelines.

 

In densely populated areas, group gatherings are permitted, but those with more than 2,000 participants must obtain permission in advance from respective authorities in Bangkok or the other 76 provinces.

 

Please visit https://www.tatnews.org/thailand-reopening/ for the most up-to-date information on entry requirements for international travelers planning to visit Thailand during this time.

 

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Put your muzzle on and shut your mouth , as if some people need that extra lack of oxygen to their brains 

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1 hour ago, daveAustin said:

It will be a LONG time before locals give up their masks. I feel naked without one! 🙄

Even if the Thai mentality might be different at least Western countries' example shows that after the mask mandates are dropped mask wearers become a small minority in a few weeks at most. It just doesn't happen overnight but gradually, though quite quickly.

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1 minute ago, IamNoone88 said:

Central are still enforcing the mask mandate. They need to wake up. Ridiculous.

Have they made an announcement? In Pattaya they have not opened yet, and the announcement was only last night. 

Up to them, but I am guessing it will take several days for the situation to become clear. Some shops may feel it is necessary to protect their staff. 

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1 hour ago, IamNoone88 said:

Central are still enforcing the mask mandate. They need to wake up. Ridiculous.

So are most 7/11s, but give it a week and things will be back to normal, I hope!

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4 hours ago, daveAustin said:

It will be a LONG time before locals give up their masks. I feel naked without one! 🙄

When I go to dinner or bar in Loi Kroh, Chiang Mai I park in a private open air carpark. The owner always put his mask on as he comes to collect payment. Last night he did the same. I said you don't have to wear anymore. He just said he will. As they say here "up to you"

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I’m ok with or without a mask. It’s interesting how some get so bent out of shape whether asked to wear one or not.  I’m glad I’m not one of them.  

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5 hours ago, Zozod said:

I’m ok with or without a mask. It’s interesting how some get so bent out of shape whether asked to wear one or not.  I’m glad I’m not one of them.  

You must be a bit bent enough so as to comment.

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