Thailand re-opens 37 borders, including Cambodia​

Thai government decided to re-open 37 border checkpoints with bordering countries from July 01, 2020, according to Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) chaired by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha.

CCSA opened 37 checkpoints, including 14 connected with Laos, eight with Myanmar, seven with Cambodia, and eight with Malaysia.

Therefore, those neighbouring countries will be able to continue their business activities and trading across the borders which have been closed since the occurrence of Covid-19 pandemic.

Despite the re-entry, the government will not allow tourists to across those border checkpoints. 

Meaniwile, Thailand will allow international flights to entry the country but apply some restrictions. 

According to The Thaiger, “People entering Thailand must comply with the conditions, time limits and rules of the authorised persons under the Immigration Act, communicable diseases laws, aviation law and the emergency decree.”

By: LUNG Vannak