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If they are going to be kept in Quarantine, what does it matter that it will be in Bangkok rather than Pattaya.... closer to the main airport?

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24 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

If they are going to be kept in Quarantine, what does it matter that it will be in Bangkok rather than Pattaya.... closer to the main airport?

They can hear the noise of the bars instead of the noise of airplanes. Not sure what will make them suffer more...

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A report this morning says that visitors can come if their home cities have no reported covid infections for 30 or more consecutive days. That seems reasonable to me but rules out huge swathes of India, Europe and the US.

OK for parts of China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Oz and NZ.

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2 minutes ago, champers said:

A report this morning says that visitors can come if their home cities have no reported covid infections for 30 or more consecutive days. That seems reasonable to me but rules out huge swathes of India, Europe and the US.

OK for parts of China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Oz and NZ.

And are they permitted to  travel through cities that have had Covid infections,  like the one where the airport is?

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The Russians actually spend money in local shops and restaurants. The Government has already approved 3 hotels in Pattaya as quarantine hotels and these hotels had to pay a lot of money to get approved by making changes within their hotels to get approval. The Minister of Tourism and Sports in any other country would be asked to resign. 

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5 hours ago, jacko45k said:

If they are going to be kept in Quarantine, what does it matter that it will be in Bangkok rather than Pattaya.... closer to the main airport?

Good point, maybe the airport transfer to Pattaya is not up to scratch yet

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The brownies and the TAT have no clou whatsoever on how to resolve/manage future incoming tourism business. Besides that its time for a new democratic government to run the country properly.

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7 hours ago, Pattaya Spotter said:

I would hope so...they're setting daily records for infections aren't they? 

Not even close... the USA has been taking that recently having kicked up and gone higher than India.

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