NEWS: UK-Spain travel corridor, Re-open Thailand from 1 July, and EU “travel pass” ready by summer

Wat Arun and cruise ship in night ,Bangkok city ,Thailand

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4 Comments on "NEWS: UK-Spain travel corridor, Re-open Thailand from 1 July, and EU “travel pass” ready by summer"

  1. Suvannee Iamjoy | 4 March 2021 at 10:10 am |

    It’s very important to welcome the tourists back as soon as 1 July because European tourists will go to Spain instead of Thailand and tourist industry needs moving fast to secure jobs and business.

  2. Mark Jones | 4 March 2021 at 2:48 pm |

    A lot of people do not want to be vaccinated with a experimental jab which does not stop you from getting or transmitting the virus. Thailand could be shooting themselves in the foot if they persist in only vaccinated tourists.

    • The majority of countries will still allow non vaccinated tourists but with quarantine and/or testing. You can’t expect countries to allow people in that are unvaccinated without restrictions in countries with close to zero Covid-19 and end up with getting covid outbreaks in the country. With Thailand not expecting to vaccinate its population quickly, there is likely to be a long wait for people to enter the country with no vaccination and no restrictions. You can enter Thailand now from the UK without a vaccine providing you quarantine for 14 days and test along with a lot of other requirements.

  3. mark yeomans | 5 March 2021 at 10:55 pm |

    I think it should be up to the individual if they want a vaccine or not, especially when the one in question does not guarantee catching covid or more importantly preventing transmission. I am a frequent traveller and would like a choice to be vaccinated or not please.

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