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Thailand listed in US travel advisory as one of seven COVID-19 low risk locations

 

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Thailand is among only seven countries and territories categorized in the latest US travel advisory as being at low-risk for COVID-19 infection.

 

Professor Dr. Nop Siriruek Songsivilai, Secretary-General of the National Research Committee, said on Sunday that the inclusion of Thailand in the low risk list is a significant change and welcome news for Thailand.

 

The other low risk places on the list are New Zealand, Fiji and islands in the Caribbean, including Bonorae, Saba and Saint Barthélemy.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/thailand-listed-in-us-travel-advisory-as-one-of-seven-covid-19-low-risk-locations/

 

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However, I would hold off as to the way its perceived and see what the Thai government says about infected countries traveling here.

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The UK seems to be the same the actual travel ban on the FCO website has been lifted so for most of Thailand its safe to travel there its just getting there thats the actual problem. Also with the FCO lifting the ban insurance policies are more easily acquired.

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Way to go Thailand...my adopted country; you've done yourself proud in the eyes of the world. A lot of online naysayers are busy downing a lot of crow these days.

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New Zealand listed as low risk?

US recently issued in its travel website a 2nd level travel warning due to New Zealand's 23 active cases. Not mentioned is that all 23 cases are in managed isolation.

2nd level asks US citizens to "exercise increased caution in New Zealand due to the covid 19 virus.

Level 1 "exercise normal precautions"

https://nzherald.co.nz/travel/news/article.cfm?c_id=7&objectid=12354666

So not the lowest risk. 

 

 

 

 

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11 hours ago, mrfill said:

Perhaps a travel bubble with Brazil ....

I’m sure that would be fine with both “leaders”

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Do they mean Thighland?

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