Tourists are seen on Patong Beach in Phuket before the pandemic. From July, people who have been vaccinated will not need to quarantine in the province, as Thailand seeks to restart its tourism industry. Photo: AP
Tourists are seen on Patong Beach in Phuket before the pandemic. From July, people who have been vaccinated will not need to quarantine in the province, as Thailand seeks to restart its tourism industry. Photo: AP
Tourists are seen on Patong Beach in Phuket before the pandemic. From July, people who have been vaccinated will not need to quarantine in the province, as Thailand seeks to restart its tourism industry. Photo: AP

Explainer |
Why Thailand’s 10-day coronavirus quarantine rule is sparking hope for tourism

  • Thailand has reduced quarantine for unvaccinated tourists from 14 to 10 days
  • The restrictions will ease further in the coming months but would-be travellers still need to consider their home city’s rules

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Tourists are seen on Patong Beach in Phuket before the pandemic. From July, people who have been vaccinated will not need to quarantine in the province, as Thailand seeks to restart its tourism industry. Photo: AP
Tourists are seen on Patong Beach in Phuket before the pandemic. From July, people who have been vaccinated will not need to quarantine in the province, as Thailand seeks to restart its tourism industry. Photo: AP
Tourists are seen on Patong Beach in Phuket before the pandemic. From July, people who have been vaccinated will not need to quarantine in the province, as Thailand seeks to restart its tourism industry. Photo: AP
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