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Covid-19 Thailand – Latest Updates (21st July, 2020)

Latest Cases – 3,255 (+ 5)  Recovered – 3,105 (+9)   Hospitalized – 92    Died – 58

5 Groups Of Foreigners to Enter Country

Five select groups of foreigners and migrant workers are expected to be allowed to enter the country as the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) will consider the 6th phase of Covid-19 easing this week.

However, although the country has been free of local transmissions for 55 days, an opinion survey issued yesterday showed that public sentiment was still against plans to open the doors to foreigners.

CCSA spokesman Taweesilp Visanuyothin said at a press briefing on Sunday that a committee assigned to consider the easing of Covid-19 restrictions has discussed the 6th phase of relaxation and the issue will be tabled to a full meeting of the CCSA this week.

The relaxation will cover migrant workers in the construction business and food export industry, foreign visitors who co-organise trade exhibitions, foreign visitors in film production crews, and foreign travellers who are members of the Thailand Elite Card …

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Thailand opens its motor show to public

Thailand opened its twice-postponed annual auto show to the public as the country’s first large-scale event since coronavirus restrictions eased, with nearly all attendees wearing masks and face shields. The show opened on July 15 and will close on July 26.

Thailand is a major regional car production hub and its previous motor shows booked over a million people in attendance.

Thermal scans were at the entrance to the 41st Bangkok International Motor Show and temperatures were measured as people visited booths, where waiting spots were prepared to ensure physical distancing. Guests were also required to check-in and out with their cellphones to allow for contact tracing.

“I don’t come to the event every year, but I think for the first day of the event amid a pandemic, people are in quite large numbers,” said Suriya Thanakorn, who was on the lookout for a new car.

Motor shows around the world have been forced to cancel or delay due to …


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