In Thailand, all foreigners will have to serve a two-week quarantine

In Thailand, all visiting foreigners will have to serve a two-week quarantine, according to The Thaiger.

The Minister of tourism and sports of Thailand Pipat Ratchataphan reported that all foreigners, regardless of their status and citizenship would be subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine. Such a rule will act, in his words, "at least in the foreseeable future."

The official reported about it after it became known that Vietnam evacuates 80 thousand tourists from the coastal city of da Nang after the new wave of the spread of coronavirus infection among the population. In recent days, the increase in the number of cases recorded in different countries, in particular India, USA, South America, South Africa, Singapore, Japan, Spain, Hong Kong and Australia.

In Thailand, there was not a single case of transmission Covid-19 in the country for more than two months. But there are cases of cases among returnees who returned from abroad, identified during a two-week quarantine.