Thailand Travel Restrictions and Info

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Re: Thailand travel restrictions

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Any restrictions in place on traveling from Cambodia to Thailand?
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oh shit, no tm 30 filled out within 24 hours..
expect the number of cases to rise...
More than 1,100 Thai’s returning from South Korea before March 1st cannot be located
Thailand’s Ministry of Labour has expressed concern that the whereabouts of 1,181 Thai workers, who returned from South Korea between February 24th and March 1st, are currently not known and the ministry is seeking help from the Immigration Bureau to find them.

These workers returned in groups of up to 400 a week and are not among the 5,000 who have registered their desire to return to Thailand with South Korean immigration officials. They returned to Thailand before the Public Health Ministry rolled out more stringent screening on March 1st.
https://www.thaipbsworld.com/more-than- ... e-located/
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hunter8 wrote: Thu Mar 05, 2020 10:37 am Any restrictions in place on traveling from Cambodia to Thailand?
I don't think I've seen anything so far hunter8
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Maybe only Thai airways for now but quite concerning!. I hope my Emirates flight in May gets sorted by then,.
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Fourkinnel wrote: Thu Mar 05, 2020 12:46 pm Maybe only Thai airways for now but quite concerning!. I hope my Emirates flight in May gets sorted by then,.
https://www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/ge ... pe-flights
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Re: Thailand travel restrictions

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although not travel but definitely Thailand upcoming restrictions.
will other cites follow suit??
Saen Suk Municipality in Chon Buri province, near Pattaya, has cancelled the Wan Lai (Songkran) Festival activities scheduled for April 16-17. Narongchai Khunpluem, President of Saen Suk Municipality, made the announcement today via social media.

Khunpluem says the cancellation is due to concern about the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus and the government’s general instruction to avoid mass gatherings. The Songkran Festival typically attracts tens of thousands of partygoers and is the biggest holiday of the year in Thailand.

The announcement was only for the Bangsaen area of Chon Buri, and not a national announcement. Pattaya City officials say they’ll address Songkran tomorrow, after a meeting.
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and

Thailand’s Koh Phangan full moon party cancelled
…until further notice.

The next Full Moon Party, scheduled for March 8, has been cancelled. The memo from the Mayor of Koh Phangan says that the hugely popular monthly party has been cancelled due to fears associated with the Covid-19 virus. The memo also says that there will no further monthly parties until fears over the outbreak pass.
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phuketrichard wrote: Thu Mar 05, 2020 1:10 pm although not travel but definitely Thailand upcoming restrictions.
will other cites follow suit??
For the good of the people in Thailand I wish the government will ban all events with crowds and enforce it strictly.
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they should ban all future full moon parties regradless.idiots by the bucketload
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Another one bites the dust
held every year around Songkran, with tens of thousands of bikers in town
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