According to regulations, these tourists must be isolated for 14 days after entry , and then they can travel freely to various parts of Thailand.
Suvarnabhumi International Airport stated that after landing, the airport took a variety of measures to ensure safety, including before leaving the airport, tourists passed 3 thermal scanning cameras to check their body temperature, and the staff thoroughly disinfected their luggage.
Earlier, the Cabinet of Thailand agreed to launch a special tourist visa (STV) from October at a cabinet meeting on September 15. The visa processing fee is 2,000 baht per time. A single visa application allows staying in Thailand for 90 days and can be applied again. Two 90-day extension visas, a single entry to Thailand can travel up to 270 days in Thailand .
It is understood that the tourism industry accounts for more than 10% of Thailand’s GDP, and China is Thailand’s largest tourist source country. In 2019, more than 10 million Chinese tourists entered Thailand, accounting for about a quarter of Thailand’s foreign tourists. . Since April this year, the number of inbound tourists from Thailand has been almost zero.