The New Normal of Thai Tourism – Tourism Driven under the Supervision of Public Health. TAT unveils three part strategy for “new normal” tourism recovery‘BEST’ practices for tourism workers and visitors includes digital technology to help track and trace. Booking (in advance): Best practices would mean advanced bookings will be required. Travel plans will become …

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Recommendations for Self-Protection

Thailand’s Department of Disease Control released recommendations regarding 2020 novel coronavirusFrom : “TAT Newsroom” For self-protection for the general public, tour agencies, hotel operations, tour guides and operators of public transport and crowded places. The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide a brief of the recommendations for the public and private operators …

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Know before traveling

* Updated * Information about traveling to ThailandFrom : Thai Airways Following information is required by foreign nationals:1.Passengers needs to present a health certification at check-in certifying the passenger “pose no risk of being infected by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)”, with lab test result issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure.2.Passengers needs to …

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COVID-19 and travel

1.What are the travel restrictions in the European Union?Travel has been shown to facilitate the spread of COVID-19 from affected to unaffected areas. Travel and trade restrictions during a public health event of international concern (PHEIC) are regulated under the International Health Regulations (IHR), part III. On 16 March, in an effort to slow the …

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COVID-19 Guideline

[Updated] SNU COVID-19 Guideline for International Members for the general publicBe careful especially people who pregnant woman, over 65 years old, people with chronic disease. Person with symptomsVisit a triage health center, when fever (>38*C) continues or symptoms get worse COVID-19 : Correct methods of wearing a mask“Wearing a mask can prevent infectious diseases” A …

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The Day After Crisis

4 behaviors that will become people’s ‘New Normal’ after COVID-19 ends The outbreak of the COVID-19 virus has caused global GDP to become negative. Thailand, from a 2.4% growth previously, is expected to -5.3% this year due to both COVID-19 and drought. Household debt And the gap in position And although the overall picture is …

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Don’t Panic

COVID-19: Turning the corner … crisis or opportunity Published Date: 1 Apr 2020Resource: Creative Thailand Year 2020 opens with an urgent disaster throughout the first quarter. Beginning with the fierce Australian bushfires, the PM 2.5 has also been extending for years. More intense with unrest between the United States and the Middle East And which …

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