BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand hopes to ease some coronavirus restrictions on foreigners entering the country after going for 28 days without recording any domestic transmissions, a senior official said on Monday.
Those who will benefit from the easing of restrictions will include business executives, skilled workers and foreigners who live in Thailand.
“The first three groups will be able to return to Thailand and stay in 14-day state quarantine,” said the spokesman for the government’s Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration, Taweesin Wisanuyothin.
Medical tourists will also be allowed back for treatment in hospital, he said.
Short-term business travellers and tourists