Thailand may fully reopen its doors to the world if all sectors continue to work side by side with the government in its Covid-19 containment efforts, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) hinted on Wednesday.
In a report from Bangkok Post, CCSA assistant spokeswoman Apisamai Srirangson said, active cooperation by the private sector and a similar good response by members of the public to the government’s Covid-19 containment efforts were two other major criteria to take into consideration before approving the full reopening of the country, she said.
The proposal to fully reopen Thailand will be discussed at a meeting of the CCSA’s main committee on March 19, she said.
If approved, Thailand will fully reopen and all Covid-19 restrictions will be lifted as well.
Information lifted from Bangkok Post
Photo: Suvarnabhumi International Airport
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